while appearing in a file Pat McAfee ShowAnd the Aaron Rodgers He was asked if he thought he would ever be a good attacking player and cited the story in his answer. The four-time MVP said he was calling offensive plays in Week 17 of the 2011 season when Matt Flynn threw for a ridiculous 480 yards.
Previous Packers The backup quarterback took to Twitter and poked fun at his short-range offensive coordinator.
Most of them should have heard, ‘Flynn He said in a tweet.
The match was the last of the regular season and Rodgers was sitting as Green Bay had already snatched the NFC top seed. What followed was nothing short of amazing.
Flynn, who spent his career mostly as a reserve, completed 31 of 44 passes and threw an unreasonable six touchdowns en route to the 480-yard pass mark. Finished with a Passing Rating of 136.4 in a 45-41 win over the Lions
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