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Play of the game

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by News Bot, Oct 21, 2012.

  1. News Bot

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    That was a mighty nifty pass play, but for my money, the play of the game was the stop on 4th. and 2 at our own 14 in the second quarter. 10-3 at the time, STL had moved the ball 67 yards in 11 plays...and came away with zip.
     
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    My favorite was the 39 yarder to Cobb. That was a beautiful pass, an equally beautiful catch, and just all around awe inspiring to watch. I love Rodgers.
     
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    Hands down; best play of the day.
     
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    Yup. That one.
     
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    Thanks for posting that LTF. I loved the Journal-Sentinel's play-of-the-game breakdowns for a long time. This illustration highlights how using another player's momentum to your advantage can be huge in not just football, but many sports. Get the guy going one way and then quickly go the opposite.
     

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