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Brett Hundley’s breakout game not enough in last-second loss to Steelers

Brett Hundley did his best to save the Packers season on Sunday night in Pittsburgh, but even a three-touchdown performance wasn’t enough to stem the tide against a Steelers offense rolling downhill.

A 53-yard field goal as time expired gave Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers a 31-28 win in a valiant effort by an undermanned Green Bay team that came in a 14-point underdog.

How did they do it?

And what does it mean moving forward?

Plus, what to make of Aaron Rodgers back on the field throwing.

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Peter Bukowski is an award-winning writer, reporter and broadcaster living in New York. He has covered the NFL for Sports Illustrated, USA Today, Bleacher Report, Yahoo!, and many others. His work has been recognized by the Wisconsin Newspaper Association and the Society for Professional Journalists. Peter is a member of the Pro Football Writers of America. He hates your favorite team and makes dumb jokes on Twitter.

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