Wide receiver Davante Adams and the Green Bay Packers literally walked off with a 27-21 overtime win over the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium Sunday. Kizer rolled left, threw as he was falling in the middle of the field and the pass fluttered high.
DeShone Kizer was outstanding for most of the afternoon in his first three-touchdown game as a pro.
The Browns were the own worst enemies in overtime.
But the Packers potentially kept their season alive long enough to give Aaron Rodgers a chance to return in Week 15 - pending a CT scan scheduled for this week on his broken right collarbone - and rescue Green Bay, still very much alive in the NFC playoff picture at 7-6.
Gordon made his return to the National Football League last week, playing his first game since 2014 due to suspensions stemming from multiple violations of the NFL's substance abuse policy. The drive ended with Gordon running a post pattern and snatching an 18-yard touchdown pass from Kizer to tie the game.
Hundley was 35-of-46 for 265-yards.
The halftime lead was only the second for the Browns this season.
On third-and-six from the Cleveland 25-yard line, Packers quarterback Brett Hundley threw a quick screen pass to the left side of the formation to Adams, who secured the catch, spun out of a tackle attempt and outraced the Browns' secondary into the end zone.
The Packers got a big 65-yard punt return by Trevor Davis to set up the final drive in regulation.
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