Steelers vs. Packers
December 20, 2009
In arguably one of the craziest endings to a game in Heinz Field history, quarterback
Roethlisberger threw for a franchise best 503 yards and started off his record-setting day with a 60-yard touchdown strike to Wallace to give Pittsburgh a 7-0 lead. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers and wide receiver Greg Jennings connected on an 83-yard touchdown pass to tie the game, 7-7.
The fourth quarter was truly one for the ages, as both teams combined to score 35 points. Rodgers and tight end Jermichael Finley connected on an 11-yard touchdown to cut the lead, 24-21. Reed added a 34-yard field goal to give Pittsburgh a 27-21 lead.
Running back Ryan Grant scored on a 22-yard run to give the Packers a 28-27 lead. Reed responded with a 43-yard field goal to give Pittsburgh the lead back 30-27. Rodgers though found wide receiver James Jones for a 24-yard touchdown, and the Packers converted their two-point conversion to take a 36-30 lead.
Roethlisberger then led the team on an 11-play, 86-yard drive that he capped off with his game-winning touchdown pass to Wallace.