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Rodgers, Cobb Honored with NFL's Never Say Never Moment of the Year

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Rodgers, Cobb Honored with NFL's Never Say Never Moment of the Year

Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb took home professional football's Never Say Never Moment of the Year Award Saturday evening at the Third Annual NFL Honors awards show in New York City.

Rodgers and Cobb were recognized for their 48-yard hookup for a touchdown in Green Bay's come-from-behind victory over the Chicago Bears in the season finale that clinched the NFC North division title and a spot in the playoffs. The score came with just 38 seconds remaining in the game.

Rodgers and Cobb shared a lighthearted moment after winning the award.

“The GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Year, it feels great," said Cobb. "GMC if you’re listening, we really appreciate it. Aaron already has a deal with Ford, but I don’t. So it would be great to have a car to drive.”


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cLowNEY42's picture

Cool play.
Cost us 7 draft spots.

4thand1's picture

I gotta take a crap after this last post. TY cow, I was constipated.

Doug In Sandpoint's picture

I've been pretty silent on the BS you spout but you are a dullard. It seems like for you, we need to either win the Super Bowl or draft number one the following year.

Beating the Bears like that while watching at my friend's house (a huge Bears fan) was worth never having another draft choice. The thrill when Rodgers steps back and I see Cobb breaking behind the D is why I am a fan. Jumping up and down with my kid yelling is worth seven spots.

I will take consistently top half of the NFL with always a chance in the playoffs every single year rather than the boom bust history of your beloved 49ers any day.

Gotta ask why you even bother watching. It is a GAME made entirely for our enjoyment. You are a sour person and a fool, not for what you write, but for your inability to enjoy the product this great team puts out.

Doug In Sandpoint's picture

Shoot...shouldn't have taken the bait.

Don Trask's picture

Yes it did cost us 7 draft spots but I prefer to look at the glass as half full. Given the youth on the roster, what is the value of giving them all a taste of the playoffs? What is the value of playing the 49ers strong all the way to the end, what kind of confidence can that instill for next season? And lastly, (a guy can dream), maybe the Packers have seen enough of Jarrrett Bush on the last drive never to put him on the field again other than special teams.

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