This will fail as Aaron Rodgers was not granted the best time out.
With a deficit of 23:17 against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday in the fourth quarter, the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers turned the time on.
The ball was caught, however, and Rodgers managed to get a grip on it.
The Vikings somehow forgot to cover the Davante Adams elite in the game, and the wideout was wide open for an 18-yard touchdown game.
Rodgers to Adams AGAIN. @ Packers take the lead, 24-23. #GoPackGo
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– NFL (@NFL) November 21, 2021
Adams’ second TD grave of the half and the Mason Crosby PAT made it 24:23 for the guests.
Not quite as astounding as years ago when Dan Marino picked the wrong spike and outwitted the New York Jets.
That game took place on November 27, 1994.