If the 2012 NFL season for the Green Bay Packers was compared to a dream, it would be considered a nightmare. The latest horrifying chapter was written in Indianapolis yesterday where the Packers fell 30-27 to the Colts. A rookie quarterback, an interim head coach, injured superstars, yet Indianapolis persevered and came up with a major upset of the once feared Aaron Rodgers led Pack.
The loss drops Green Bay to (2-3) and the toughest game remaining on the schedule comes next week in Houston. The undefeated Texans will host the slumping Packers Sunday night.
Aaron Rodgers led his team on a desperation drive with time expiring in the fourth quarter and set up the special teams unit with a 51 yard field goal attempt to send the game into overtime. Typically sure footed Mason Crosby shanked his attempt wide left and the Colts celebrated their second win of the season.