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Down 20-13 on the Arizona Cardinals 41 yard line with five seconds left, the Green Bay Packers needed a miracle to push last night’s game into overtime.

Ever the magician, Aaron Rodgers rolls to his left, throws a 60 yard pass after briefly setting his feet to wide receiver Jeff Janis to send the game into overtime.


On the very next play to start overtime, Carson Palmer pulls his own form of magic, spinning out of a would-be-tackler to throw across his body to a wide open Larry Fitzgerald for a 75 yard gain to set up first and goal.

To close the game out, Palmer and Fitzgerald connect once more with a old fashioned shovel pass to send the Cardinals to the NFC championship game for the first time since 2009.