As usual, things are going the way of the Green Bay Packers. While beating the Oakland Raiders 31-0 in the second quarter and driving in the red zone (seriously), Aaron Rodgers was hit from behind and appeared to fumble, with that fumble returned for a touchdown. The touchdown was nullified for a clipping penalty, but the fumble stood. Mike McCarthy challenged and won, on account of the good old tuck rule. Rodgers' arm was going forward and even though he looked like he wasn't going to throw, he hadn't yet gotten his arm back into a throwing position, so the ruling was an incomplete pass.
The best part? Even though the play was ruled an incomplete pass upon review - meaning the fumble return didn't count - the clipping penalty stood! That gave the Packers' an automatic first down. Rodgers ended up throwing an interception in the end zone, but it was still a hilarious break for the Packers that the clipping call stood.
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