Oh, that old thing? Just something Rodgers thought of on the fly.
Normally, the play that wins a big playoff game comes from the sideline after much thought. Not Sunday. Not with Aaron Rodgers.
The Packers signalcaller designed the play that eventually won the Packers their Divisional-round playoff game against the Cowboys right in the huddle.
Cobb said the final play was not an actual playcall. Rodgers just told each receiver what to do, like a kid drawing in the dirt. Seriously.— Robert Klemko (@RobertKlemko) January 16, 2017
Cameras on FOX actually picked up Rodgers assigning the routes:
Pretty insane improvisation. The legend continues.
– Kenny Ducey