So did a pass from Cousins that bounced off Laquon Treadwell's hands late in the fourth quarter that was intercepted by Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.
In a game the Packers will feel like they should have held on to win, they ended up relieved just to get a tie following Daniel Carson's missed 35-yard field goal attempt.
The Packers broke a 7-all tie when Rodgers zipped a short out to Adams inside the 5, and Adams broke back inside to beat two defenders to the endzone and his second Lambeau Leap of the season.
The thing is, Matthews was right: The Packers had opportunities to win the game.
"I don't even know where to start, to be completely honest with you", Matthews told Michael Cohen of The Athletic, clearly beside himself.
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Receiver Davante Adams is also active for the Packers after he was listed as questionable with a shoulder injury.
The drive included a roughing-the-passer penalty on Clay Matthews that negated an interception by Jaire Alexander with 1:45 left that would have allowed the Packers to run out the clock. But at the same time, I don't know what else to do. I don't know. You let me know.
#3 Passing the test: After giving up 7 points on the first possession, and 10 in the first two drives against the Bears, the Packers defense settled in and gave up just 2 field goals the rest of the game last week. After the game, Matthews called it a "terrible call" and sounded off on the National Football League for getting "out of control" with its "emphasis on protecting quarterbacks".
"I'm taking a lot of risks at my age, every time I step on the field, but there's no greater feeling than being out there with the guys". And while the emphasis partly a reaction to Rodgers' broken collarbone previous year, the Packers own defense was the guiltiest party in Week 1, drawing 3 calls (Nick Perry, Muhammad Wilkerson, Clay Matthews). To call it at that point in the game is unbelievable. "There were times when we felt we should've won it, times when the Packers felt should've won".
According to referee Tony Corrente, the flag was thrown because Matthews "lifted him and drove him into the ground". "I thought he made some outstanding throws, made good decisions". In some ways, Zimmer said, the tie may help Minnesota down the road.