"I will just say this: At least our guy really caught the ball in this one," coach Mike McCarthy said with a small smirk, via ESPN.com. "You can quote that."
"Yeah, I've been on the wrong side of it," McCarthy said. "It's been so long I can't remember being on the right side of (one). Never to win the game. Maybe halftime."
"There's going to be no masking this. We know that we struggled," Aaron Rodgers admitted, adding it was his first ever Hail Mary to win a game. "We're inconsistent on offense. We can't be that type of football team if we want to finish the season where we want to finish the season. We're 8-4, there's four games left, and we know it's about giving yourself an opportunity, getting into the dance.
"It's a great game we play. This one obviously ranks up there as one of the greatest joys on the field that we've had, together as a team and personally."