Found September 13, 2012 on Down and Distance:

The first touchdown of this seasons installment of Thursday Night Football was scored by the Green Bay Packers against the Chicago Bears, and it was pretty epic.

The Packers scored the only touchdown of the first half off of a beautifully designed fake field goal attempt in which Tim Masthay popped the ball to Tom Crabtree who made all the right moves to scamper 27 yards into the endzone.

Check it out below!

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