After a slow start to their Wild Card game vs. the New York Giants, the Green Bay Packers warmed up in the second quarter, thanks, as always, to Aaron Rodgers.
At the end of the second quarter, with the Packers leading 7-6, Rodgers made magic happen yet again.
With five seconds remaining, on 4th and 2, Rodgers scrambled around an oncoming Giants defense and uncorked a Hail Mary from the Packers’ 48.
The ball sailed through the air and Randall Cobb easily slid behind a pack of players to catch the touchdown.
The pass completely deflated a solid first-half effort by the Giants defense, which held the Packers to just seven yards in the first quarter. However, in the waning moments of the first half, Rodgers got going, hitting Cobb for a 31-yard touchdown with under two minutes left before his end-of-half Hail Mary.