As long as Aaron Rodgers is on a grid of the NFL anything can happen. And this Sunday was no exception. In the match against Jacksonville Jaguars, played at Lambeau Field, the quarterback of the Packers He showed his quality in the second period with a spectacular pass of 78 yards, but that ended in a touchdown thanks to a very unusual support.
As soon as the second quarter started, Packers they were down 3-0 on the scoreboard. However, despite the constant pressure on the Green Bay passer, Aaron Rodgers flipped the scoreboard with a 78-yard bomb Marquez Valdes-Scantling. However, in the development of the play there was a very curious action that ended up favoring the locals.
They ran over the referee
Upon receiving the ball after the Rodgers bombing, Valdes-Scantling he cut to go to the diagonals, but he did it thanks to a very special support, yes, that of the referee. The Jaguars defense wanted to stop Valdes-Scantling at all costs, but a referee collided with a Jacksonville player and prevented them from slowing the Packers catcher, helping him to sign the touchdown of the comeback.
Aaron Rodgers, big plan
The first half was more prominent for Aaron Rodgers. The Packers took the lead at halftime 17-10 thanks to the performance of their quarterback. The quarterback completed 16 of his 20 shipments, throwing for 200 yards. In addition to a touchdown pass and another one that he made through a carry, which confirms that his talent is intact and has much to offer on the field.
Before the match, Green bay they came as the best team in the National Conference with a 6-2 record, tied with the New Orleans Saints and the Seattle Seahawks. In the North Division, the Packers are absolute bosses, far from the Bears’ 5-4. Below Chicago and Green are the Vikings and Lions, both at 3-5 and already seeing the postseason from afar.