The Green Bay Packers got a huge road win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, driving the length of the field in the final minute and scoring a game-winning touchdown with three seconds left.
One play before the game-winning touchdown pass, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers executed a perfect fake-spike to get the ball down to the four-yard-line. As the Dolphins defense stood still waiting for Rodgers to spike the ball and stop the clock with 12 seconds left at the 16-yard line, he fired a pass to a wide-open Davante Adams.
Everyone was fooled.
Adams had no idea the ball was coming to him, Rodgers told SI's Peter King after the game.