Packers head coach Matt LaFleur called Aaron Rodgers’ touchdown pass to Jamaal Williams one of the best he had ever seen.
With Green Bay and Kansas City tied at 17-17 and the Packers facing a third-and-one at the Chiefs’ two-yard line, Rodgers produced a special play.
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Under pressure in the pocket, he back-tracked all the way to the 17-yard line and with two defenders bringing him down, it looked like he was just tossing the ball away to safety – even the announcers thought he was throwing it away!
However, the ball fell perfectly into the arms of running back Jamaal Williams – who was racing to the corner of the end zone – for a Packers’ touchdown.
Green Bay went on to win 31-24 and after the game, LaFleur admitted he thought Rodgers was throwing the ball away and said: “That was one of the best – if not the best – pass I have ever seen live, in person. That was incredible. I couldn’t believe it.”
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