or it was just word salad. and motion means nothing, they do it all the time especially when they're giving the appearance of going for it but are merely trying to get someone to jump. I was actually surprised they actually snapped it.The DL makes a shift to their right after Tonyan goes in motion. Rodgers immediately glances over at Lazard and calls "Chill Alaska! Chill Alaska!" That's an audible and it ran Lazard right into the teeth of their defense.
If you look at the defensive alignment, after the shift they had their tackles lined up over our guards with nobody over the center and their linebackers were 3.5 yards off the LOS. If Rodgers had instead audibled to a QB sneak (or maybe that's what MLF actually called?), it would have been a pretty easy first down.
But don't take my word for it go back and watch the play for yourself. You'll see the motion, the shift, the resulting defensive alignment, and the audible. You'll also see the push our OL got up the middle that confirms the likelihood that a sneak would have been successful.
over and kill are about the only 2 phrases that have consistently meant they switch from play called to other play called in reserve in the huddle. If I had to bet, Chill Alaska were just words.