In the span of about 30 seconds, the Carolina Panthers went from on the verge of tying their matchup with the Green Bay Packers to losing by two touchdowns. The Panthers were inside the Green Bay five-yard-line, painfully close to the end zone down by a touchdown. But Cam Newton couldn't find the magic as the Packers defense held strong, making the stop of fourth down to force a turnover.
And then, two plays later, Jordy Nelson struck. Aaron Rodgers found Nelson over the middle and it was a track meet as the Green Bay wide receiver broke free with nobody in front of him. 84 yards later, Nelson was in the end zone and the Packers held a 14-point advantage late in the fourth quarter, ending the Panthers' hopes.
Video, including a look at Greg Jennings' contribution to the play, is after the jump.
Notice Greg Jennings coming in to cleanup the mess and take two guys out of the play, one of which was sent flying by the block.