You won't find the play that set up the Packers' win tonight anywhere in the team's playbook. That's because Aaron Rodgers made it up on the fly.
The Green Bay Packers' quarterback threw a 35-yard strike to tight end Jared Cook in the final seconds of the Packers' divisional round game against the Dallas Cowboys, which set up a 51-yard game winning field goal.
Packers' receiver Randall Cobb admitted to The MMQB's Robert Klemko that Rodgers didn't call a normal play in the huddle, but instead told every receiver what to do, as if he were a kid drawing a play design in the dirt.
The play worked to perfection and the Packers came away with a crucial victory to advance to the NFC Championship game.
Source: MMQB · Photo Credit: Images Courtesy of Keystone Press