Green Bay Packers‘ Aaron Rodgers once again broke the hearts of Dallas Cowboy fans Sunday afternoon in Dallas. After the Cowboys seemingly scored the winning touchdown on a Dak Prescott read-option scamper off left tackle the Cowboys thought they’d claimed victory. Trailing 31-28 Rodgers went to work. With 1:13 left on the clock Rodgers orchestrated an amazing length-of-the-field drive to win the game capped off with a 12-yard pass to Devonte Adams in the back corner of the end zone with 5 seconds remaining. Rodgers also ran for a crucial first down on third-and-six to keep the drive alive and not have to settle for Mason Crosby game-tying field goal knowing that the usually reliable Crosby had missed two extra point earlier in the game.