ANIMATED: Jermichael Finley Drops Pass, Takes Hit To The Head

Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley dropped a big pass from Aaron Rodgers on the Packers' first possession of their Divisional round playoff game against the New York Giants. He also took a big shot to the melon, sending the broadcast booth into a brief frenzy over concussions.

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The ball was sliding out of Finley's hand before he was hit on his way to the ground.

Dropped passes were a big problem for Finley during the regular season. He let 12 slip through his hands, a problem that the Packers' 15-1 record helped obscure.

He's probably lucky to have his head still attached to his neck after this hit.

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