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Rodgers drew up final play call playground style

The Legend of Aaron Rodgers is growing by the hour.

The football world is still catching its breath after the Packers' insane 34-31 win over the Cowboys at Jerrah World on Sunday. Turns out Rodgers' 36-yard completion to tight end Jared Cook that set up Mason Crosby's game-winner wasn't taken out of Mike McCarthy's voluminous playbook.

In truth, the play -- a play that will go down as one of the greatest in Green Bay's rich history -- wasn't in the playbook at all.

When MMQB's Robert Klemko replied, "That's ridiculous," Cobb offered up a different description.

"It's magic."

Yeah, that's about right.

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