It happened again.
Aaron Rodgers was on the run but lofted a Hail Mary pass on the final play of the regulation, and Jeff Janis caught it.
The Cardinals and Packers go to overtime tied at 20.
Dwight Freeney had a sack on the final drive that made it third and 20. Rashad Johnson got away with a lot of contact on Jeff Janis on the next play, but on fourth down Rodgers hit Janis on a deep ball.
The Packers were out of out timeouts. The Hail Mary covered 41 yards and came on a play snapped with five seconds left.
The Packers won earlier in the season on a Hail Mary in Detroit. Rodgers did it again with Randall Cobb out and no timeouts.
Janis had four catches all season. He has seven for 145 yards in this game. Due to penalty yards, he had two catches for 101 yards on the final drive.