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Aaron Rodgers News: Green Bay Packers QB Explains How A Perfect Hail Mary Is Thrown

By Suraj Panda (staff@sportsworldnews.com)
on Jan 12, 2017 10:21 AM EST
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On Sunday Aaron Rodgers hit the Hail Mary hat trick and his last-second heave against the Giants in Sunday's Wild Card Playoffs reaffirming his place.

Each three throws are traveled 172 yards to the end zone in total and are special little flowers and rank them in order of magnificent splendor.  Leading with 7-6 and left five seconds on 4th-and-2.

Rodgers has also rolled out to his right, from the Packers' 48-yard line. From the achievements in Rodgers' career, connecting to three Hail Marys in the span of 13 months, according to NFL.

After the game, "Aaron Rodgers had explained to ESPN's Dan Graziano that how each aspect of his Hail Mary is planned and from where he used to throw the ball from and up to what high it goes."

He stated, "I want to make sure to those guys get a chance to get down there and jump. So we just did a little roll to the right, and just move backside for protection. By that time I used to get on the field where I want to throw it, I am 100 percent confident that the ball will go to a catchable spot. It's just a matter right situation and right time, and that's how you can draw it up."

The throw helped elevate the Greenbay Packers to the 38-13 win over the Giants. This was the third Hail Mary that Rodgers has thrown. Each one is been remarkable, but the most famous was a 70-yard bomb against the Detroit Lions.

Aaron Rodgers has also produced one last season's playoffs against the Arizona Cardinals, when he tossed a 65-yard pass to tie the game, but the time expired and then, they lost the game in overtime. It looks like the Packers' want to help Aaron Rodgers master the deep ball is still paying off.

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