Found December 29, 2013 on The Pack Mentality:
So, the Packers drew up the play to work this way, right? Genius! But in all seriousness, this is why you play to the whistle. Heads up play by Aaron Rodgers to recognize that no whistle had been blown. Packers lead 13-7 at the half thanks to this masterpiece.
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