Check this out, pretty interesting stuff from Twitter user Nick Olson of Viking Territory.
Before Kirk Cousins hit Adam Thielen for a 22 yard touchdown at the end of the game, and then Diggs converted the subsequent 2-point conversion, the Green Bay Packers were up by 8 points with :37 seconds left to go.
According to the NFL's official play-by-play data, at that moment Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers had a 98.1% chance to win the game.
Then this happened...
According to the NFL's official play-by-play data, the Packers had a 98.1% chance of winning yesterday before Kirk Cousins threw this touchdown pass to Adam Thielen, into one of the tiniest windows you'll ever see, while getting drilled by Mike Daniels: pic.twitter.com/jPkYsZDxqM— Nick Olson (@NicholasJOlson) September 17, 2018
Let's see that again...
I still don't fully understand how this happened. Cousins' pass finding its way through a keyhole-sized space between Brice and Alexander, Thielen holding on and parking his rear end in the end zone before going out of bounds...incredible. pic.twitter.com/iZXrNk3ysj— Eric Thompson (@eric_j_thompson) September 17, 2018