A middle screen turns into a go-route TD in Super Bowl XLV

I got my hands on some software that allowed me to draw on the screen in real time, so I thought I’d give it a test drive while looking at the play that kicked off scoring in Super Bowl XLV.

Pre-snap motion shifts the safeties, giving Jordy Nelson a man-to-man match-up on the outside. Instead of throwing to Brandon Jackson on the middle screen on 3rd & 1, Aaron Rodgers threw a perfect laser to Nelson to put the Packers on the board.

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