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Mason Crosby kicked three field goals of 51 yards and longer in the final 93 seconds to lift the Green Bay Packers to a 34-31 win over the Cowboys on the road.
Only two counted.
And Crosby couldn't be shaken.
Not even Dallas coach Jason Garrett trying to ice the Packers kicker could stop Crosby, who just followed up the timeout by kicking a 51-yard field goal inside the left upright for the second time to put Green Bay into the NFC championship game.
"And Mason makes the kick twice,'' Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said. "Unbelievable."
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Crosby already had given the Packers a 31-28 lead with 1:33 left with a 56-yard field goal, his longest this season. His game-winning field goal came as time expired, making this the Packers' first playoff win on the final play since 2003 when Green Bay beat Seattle in overtime.
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