By MARK ECKEL
For the second straight week the Packers used a fourth-quarter rally and an overtime touchdown to keep alive their faint playoff hopes.
More important than Sunday’s 27-21 win over the winless Cleveland Browns was to the Packers (7-6) slim playoff hopes was the continued development of quarterback Brett Hundley.
The third-year quarterback, getting excessive playing time for the first time in his career, engineered his second consecutive game-tying fourth-quarter drive and game-winning overtime drive.
Sure they were against the Browns (0-13) and the Tampa Bay Bucs (4-9), but Hu...
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