We will analyze the most memorable game-winning drives made by Rodgers.  

Aaron Rodgers, renowned for his clutch performances, has engineered numerous memorable game-winning drives throughout his NFL career. Here are some of the most iconic.

2016 NFC Divisional Round vs. Dallas Cowboys: With the game tied 31-31 and only 35 seconds left, Rodgers executed a masterful drive.  

Highlighted by a stunning 36-yard sideline pass to Jared Cook, Rodgers set up Mason Crosby for a 51-yard field goal, securing a 34-31 victory and a spot in the NFC Championship. 

2013 Regular Season vs. Chicago Bears: In Week 17, with the NFC North title on the line, Rodgers returned from a broken collarbone. Trailing 28-27 with less than a minute left, he converted a crucial 4th-and-8 play, throwing a 48-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb, clinching the division title.

2018 Regular Season Opener vs. Chicago Bears: Rodgers led the Packers back from a 20-point deficit despite suffering a knee injury. His second-half performance included three touchdown passes, with the decisive 75-yard touchdown to Randall Cobb, sealing a 24-23 comeback victory.

2014 Regular Season vs. Miami Dolphins: Down by four points with two minutes remaining, Rodgers orchestrated a 60-yard drive, capped by a quick-thinking fake spike to Davante Adams and a four-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Quarless with just three seconds left, winning 27-24.

2015 Regular Season vs. Detroit Lions: Known as the "Miracle in Motown," Rodgers' Hail Mary pass to Richard Rodgers on the final play of the game covered 61 yards, completing an improbable comeback from a 20-point deficit and resulting in a 27-23 victory.

Rodgers' exceptional ability to remain poised under pressure and deliver precise throws in critical moments has solidified his reputation as one of the greatest clutch quarterbacks in NFL history.