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Watch: Green Bay Throw ANOTHER Crazy Hail Mary To Force Playoff Game Into Overtime

Will Slattery
By Will Slattery
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This is why Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the NFL. Tom Brady might have more Super Bowl rings but what makes ARog so special is that he combines a cannon arm with a potent running ability.

The Packers travelled to Arizona to play the Cardinals in the NFL Divisional Playoff round (the final eight) early this morning and trailed 20-13 with five seconds left.

Rodgers had the ball just inside Cardinals territory and somehow connected with one of his receivers for this jaw-dropping touchdown as time expired.



It was sensational play by Rodgers but very suspect defending by the Cardinals in the endzone, as Jeff Janis was allowed to squeeze in between two leaping players and snag possession.

Both Cardinals went to catch the ball, admirably opting for the Gaelic football W motion but you have to punch it there even if it means decapitating the oncoming attacker.

This isn't even the first time this season that Aaron Rodgers has thrown a touchdown on a desperation heave with no time on the clock. The poor genuine Detroit Lions are probably still sick after allowing this outrageous score back on Thanksgiving night.


Despite throwing the game-tying pass, the Packers still went down 26-20 in overtime meaning Rodgers now has a playoff win-loss record of 7-6 and has now gone five years without a Super Bowl win, which isn't good enough for the two-time NFL MVP.

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