The Green Bay Packers held Tom Brady and the Bux on offense for long throughout the game on Sunday to end up with a hard-fought 14-12 win.
With three minutes remaining, the Packers took a 14-6 lead and Brady received the ball on his nine-yard line. In typical Tom Brady fashion, he led his team on a 91-yard touchdown drive.
After the game, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was asked his thoughts on the end of the game and the delay. His answer was a bit surprising.
Rodgers said "Sometimes the Jumbotron shows things that they probably shouldn't even show at home. I saw some and reported.
With only seconds remaining in the game, Brady found Russell Gage for a one-yard touchdown pass. The clock of play appeared to have hit zero before the ball was hit.
However, it was one of those blistering decisions where the referee did not have time to watch the clock zero, and then not see the ball snapping.
More than likely, that play was on the Jumbotron and Aaron Rodgers noticed the missed call. Then he probably pointed to the officers to watch the drama.
The Packers improved to 2-1 in the season. They will likely seek their third win against the New England Patriots without their quarterback Mac Jones.