Few quarterbacks have ever extended plays like Aaron Rodgers. Trailing 6-0 to the New York Giants late in the second quarter, the Green Bay Packers’ quarterback put his wizadry on display.

The initial play wasn’t open for the Packers. Fortunately for Green Bay, Rodgers extended the play by avoiding the New York pass rush. Eventually, Davante Adams got enough room for Rodgers to find him in the corner of the end zone.

The ensuing PAT gave the Packers a 7-6 lead.

Rodgers and Adams also connected on a long pass to set the score up.

Prior to the touchdown, the Giants had completely dominated the game, but had only a 6-0 lead to show for it.