Okay, maybe not literally, but pretty much. Like when you were a kid on the playground and you’d draw up routes for each receiver to run in the dirt prior to the play, that’s kind of what Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers did on his team’s final offensive play against the Dallas Cowboys, Sunday night.
Randall Cobb said Rodgers just told the receivers what to do, rather than calling an actual play.
Cobb said the final play was not an actual playcall. Rodgers just told each receiver what to do, like a kid drawing in the dirt. Seriously.
As you’ve probably seen about 50 times by now — and if you haven’t, just turn on NFL Network — Rodgers hit tight end Jared Cook for 36 yards to the Dallas’ 32 to set up Mason Crosby’s game-winning field goal.
That is some legendary stuff right there.
Cowboys should have never let the Packers wear their home greens!