On third-and-15, there appeared to be contact between Kader Kohou and Allen Lazard on a deep ball but there was no flag and Kohou picked off Rodgers in the end zone. On the next play, Jaire Alexander picked off Tagovailoa and returned it to the Miami 14.
Miami’s Jaelan Phillips was called for roughing the passer on Rodgers’ pass to Randall Cobb. On first-and-goal at the Miami 7, there was a fumbled exchange but Dillon jumped on it and gained two yards.
The Packers took their first lead of the game, 23-20, when Crosby made a 28-yard field goal with 11:49 remaining.
Miami started at its own 18 after Crosby’s kickoff stopped at the 1. The Dolphins converted a third-and-7 with a 10-yard pass to Sherfield and moved into scoring territory with a 19-yard slant to Hill. Campbell then picked off Tagovailoa on second-and-13 from the Green Bay 30.
Taking over at their 36 with 6:02 remaining, the Packers ran Jones on a stretch play on first down. Doubs caught a 22-yard pass off a corner route and Robert Tonyan caught a 13-yard pass over the middle to move the ball to the Dolphins’ 28 with 3:18 left.
While the Packers moved back 10 yards due to a holding penalty, Jones busted an 18-yard run on first-and-20 after Tyler Davis motioned from the slot to provide a chip block. Miami was forced to use its first timeout with 3:03 left due to an injury.
The Dolphins burned their final timeout after an 8-yard run by Dillon that made it third-and-5 with 2:52 left. He gained two more yards on third down and the Packers used their second timeout with 2:06 left.
Crosby made a 26-yard field goal to extend Green Bay’s lead to 26-20 with 2:02 remaining. The game reached the two-minute warning on Mostert’s kickoff return to the Miami 28.
Rasul Douglas picked off Tagovailoa on the second play of the drive, Green Bay’s fourth takeaway of the game.