That's Hundley's fourth 30-yard touchdown pass in his last three games, now the most in the National Football League since week 12 according to stats and information.
Adams never broke stride, even after scoring the touchdown, ran up the visiting-team tunnel at FirstEnergy Stadium and headed straight to the locker room following the come-from-behind victory for the Packers (7-6). How about the first play of the game for Cleveland's offense?
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It was Gordon's first touchdown since December 15, 2013.
Packers backup Brett Hundley, for the third consecutive week, was fabulous late, capping the regulation drive with a gorgeous back-shoulder touchdown throw - Hundley's third of the game - to Davante Adams to force overtime with just 23 seconds left. Kizer rolled left, threw as he was falling in the middle of the field and the pass fluttered high. Kizer connected with Coleman for gains of 20 and 18 yards on the drive. He converted his final four third downs of the game - two on the ground and two through the air, the last a walk-off touchdown from Hundley to Adams. They led the Vikings 13-12 at the half in London on October 26, but lost 33-16.