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Winner: The bomb to Randall Cobb
There are a number of reasons that Cobb's touchdown reception is the play of the year for the Green Bay Packers.
For starters, it was the first game that quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Cobb played together since Week 6. Both players were getting their first playing time after suffering major injuries.
Secondly, and more importantly, the touchdown pass came with the Packers down one with less than one minute remaining in the game. It was also the play that propelled Green Bay to the playoffs.
This play will go down as one of the most exciting plays we've seen from the Packers in a long time.
Runner-Up: Tony Romo's late interception
Sure, Romo isn't a member of the Packers, but it's always enjoyable to give him a little fault for his mistakes.
After the Packers made a huge comeback against the Dallas Cowboys, Romo had a chance to drive his team down the field to win the game. Unfortunately, Romo found the hands of cornerback Tramon Williams instead of his own receiver.
Had the Packers not beat the Cowboys, they would have likely missed out on the playoffs.