Oct 12, 2014 at 6pm UK at ​Sun Life Stadium
Green Bay Packers
27-24
Miami Dolphins
FT
Nelson (10:09)
7
Q1
3
3
Q2
0
Cobb (3:44)
7
Q3
7
Landry (11:48)
Quarless (0:03)
10
Q4
14
Miller (13:42), Wallace (9:13)

Result: Late Andrew Quarless touchdown sinks Miami Dolphins

Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless scores a late touchdown to give the NFC North side a 27-24 win over the Miami Dolphins.

Andrew Quarless scored a touchdown in the final seconds to give the Green Bay Packers a 27-24 win over the Miami Dolphins in the NFL this evening.

The Packers took the lead early in the game when Aaron Rodgers found wide receiver Jordy Nelson in space at the back of the endzone for a touchdown.

Tight end Andrew Quarless #81 of the Green Bay Packers celebrates his game-winning touchdown catch against the Miami Dolphins in the fourth quarter during a game at Sun Life Stadium on October 12, 2014© Getty Images

Miami were unable to answer with a touchdown of their own from their first drive, but kicker Caleb Sturgis added a 48-yard field goal to get the home side on the board.

Ryan Tannehill tried a couple of deep passes in a bid to find the endzone for the Dolphins, but Sam Shields and Casey Hayward each claimed an interception.

Tannehill made a strong start to the third quarter, getting the hosts into a good position with a run before picking out Jarvis Landry for the rookie wide receiver's first NFL touchdown.

The Packers responded with Rodgers scrambling behind the line of scrimmage, avoiding several attempts to sack him before firing the ball in to Randall Cobb.

However, Miami looked dangerous again at the start of the final 15 minutes, with Mike Wallace hauling in a catch on the edge of the endzone before Lamar Millar ran the ball in on the next Dolphins drive.

Green Bay trailed by four heading into the final seconds of the game, but Rodgers found Nelson to help get the NFC North side into the red zone.

With just six seconds remaining on the clock, the Packers quarterback fired a short pass to tight end Quarless to edge the visitors to the victory.

The result leaves the Packers with a 4-2 record, while the Dolphins slip to 2-3, having already had their bye week.

Green Bay Packers' Jordy Nelson in action against New York Giants on November 25, 2012
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