WATCH: Aaron Rodgers throws absurd Hail Mary to end regulation

Once upon a time in the 2015 season, Aaron Rodgers broke the Lions' hearts and gave the Packers a stunning Thursday Night Football win with a nearly-impossible-to-repeat Hail Mary throw. Nearly is the key word here because Rodgers did it again Saturday night in Arizona to give us free football in the divisional round.

With five seconds on the clock -- after a ridiculous series of plays, including a fourth-and-20 laser to Jeff Janis giving the Packers life and a false start to nearly end the game -- Rodgers dropped back, got a ton of pressure from the Cardinals defense and was forced to launch a ball to the end zone.

Do you believe in miracles?

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One of the most insane endings you'll ever to a game in regulation for one of the more insane playoff games in recent memory.

Never count out Aaron Rodgers.

Green Bay's Jeff Janis made the Hail Mary grab in a wild ending to regulation. (USATSI)
Green Bay's Jeff Janis made the Hail Mary grab in a wild ending to regulation. (USATSI)
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