On a Thursday night in Detroit in December 2015, one of the great Hail Marys in football history determined the outcome of an NFC North game between the Packers and Lions. In the fourth quarter, the Packers were down 23-21 with the ball on their own 39 and no timeouts remaining. Aaron Rodgers received a snap out of the shotgun, skillfully danced out of the pocket, found an opening and with a nice running start heaved the ball from his own 35 high and far towards a cluster of Lions and Packers standing in the end zone. When it finally came down, Richard Rodgers, a 6-foot-4, 257-pound Packers tight end, had caught the ball for a 61-yard TD reception and a 27-23 Green Bay win. Rodgers removed his helmet and ran over to join his celebrating teammates in the end zone as Lions players and fans stood around looking shell-shocked.