After a thrilling end to yesterday's Packers-Dolphins game, I think we all deserve to get moving a little late on a Monday morning. We Packers fans saw the brilliance of our quarterback on full display in the final two minutes of the game, but he had plenty of help on his way to the end zone from both likely and unlikely sources.
One of the biggest critical plays was made by guard T.J. Lang, who fell on a loose football after Aaron Rodgers was sacked. Another was Jordy Nelson's grab of a Rodgers pass on fourth-and-10, and of course, there's Davante Adams, whose big play will be addressed shortly.
What this all means is that the Packers are 4-2 and remain technically even with the Lions at the top of the NFC North division. Here's a look back at yesterday's big events and comments, and join us after clicking around for more recaps and game coverage.
'Fast and furious' final drive had everything | Packers.com
This is your best recap of the final drive, pulling quotes from the key players involved and addressing each of the huge plays that pulled the Packers to a thrilling victory on Sunday.
Packers defense comes to life in nick of time | JSOnline
After playing nickel and dime for most of the game, Dom Capers broke out the base 3-4 for the Dolphins' final drive and his players got their biggest stop of the year.
Adams shows he's earned Rodgers' trust | Packersnews.com
Comments from rookie wideout Davante Adams after the game explain just how risky and impressive the fake spike was. As the title suggests, that play and this game in general will likely be something that Rodgers remembers moving forward, and he'll likely reward Adams with more passes.
Shields hoping he avoided major knee injury | ESPN Wisconsin
According to Sam Shields, his knee injury felt like a "pinch...out of nowhere" but he said that the medical staff indicated that "nothing (is) torn." Here's hoping it's a minor issue that Shields can recover from quickly.
"Chips Report" from Packers Week 6 Win at Dolphins | Cheesehead TV
Props to Aaron and Davante (obviously), as the linebackers get a major thumbs-down.
Packers vs. Dolphins 2014 final score: 3 things we learned from Green Bay's 27-24 win - SBNation.com
Sorry, but we disagree with point two here - saying that "the Packers secondary has depth issues" is silly. Having Davon House and Casey Hayward as the two backups who can step in when BOTH Sam Shields and Tramon Williams go down with injuries in a span of three plays is, in fact, a sign of excellent depth.