The Packers did it again.
They somehow converted another Hail Mary in a postseason, this time just before the half, against the New York Giants. The 42-yard pass and catch from Aaron Rodgers to Randall Cobb put the Packers up 14-6, and essentially erased all the awful play the preceded that moment.
And now the Giants are the laughingstock despite dominating the first 30 minutes, and here's what Twitter had to say.
Let me say it again: The Hail Mary should be part of the Green Bay base offense.— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) January 8, 2017
But I think it already is?
Aaron Rodgers' Top 5 favorite plays:— NOTSportsCenter (@NOTSportsCenter) January 8, 2017
1. Hail Mary
2. Hail Mary
3. Hail Mary
4. Hail Mary
5. Hail Mary
It's really HIS play.
He's seriously a higher power.
Or just a magician?
When Aaron Rodgers throws a Hail Marypic.twitter.com/vyDThafulz— WSHH FANS (@WSHHFANS) January 8, 2017
Why not bash Philly in the process?!
Eagles WRs didn't have a single TD catch of 42 yards this year.— Reuben Frank (@RoobCSN) January 8, 2017
The Packers get 'em by accident.
And Brock Osweiler?!
Aaron Rodgers' Hail Mary's have a higher completion percentage than Brock Osweiler running back check downs.— Pete (@draftcheat) January 8, 2017
And the Bears?!
Aaron Rodgers completes more Hail Mary TDs than Bears QBs complete regular TDs #NYGvsGB— Will (@NOTSCWill) January 8, 2017
Can't say the Cowboys are too pumped to possibly face that.
Dallas fans after that Aaron Rodger Hail Mary be like pic.twitter.com/6a5Dh6xpmM— Cameron Mingo (@CamMingo) January 8, 2017
But they're not the only ones watching!
Every team when Rodgers throws a Hail Mary pic.twitter.com/T02aiF5ybJ— Nathan Marzion (@natemar3i0n) January 8, 2017
But Packers fans are straight chillen right now.
My face when Rodgers throws a Hail Mary pic.twitter.com/1rV2KAKMPa— Eric Vela (@EricVela29) January 8, 2017
Enjoy it while it lasts.
But don't worry, Giants fans. You're not alone.
Seen that before.— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) January 8, 2017
Good news is that the Cardinals recovered from it. New York fans are hoping the same.