Trailing 24-14 heading into the fourth quarter at Pittsburgh, Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes as the Packers dropped 22 on the Steelers in the final frame, but a touchdown pass as time expired and the ensuing extra point sunk Green Bay, 37-36, in 2009.
Rodgers would finish the game with 383 yards passing and three touchdowns, as well as a rushing touchdown, while Greg Jennings would lead the Packres with 118 yards receiving and one touchdown grab. However, it wasn't enough to overtake Ben Roethlisberger, who threw for 503 yards and three scores of his own, including the game-winner to Mike Wallace, one of two touchdown grabs Wallace would get in the game.
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