CLEVELAND, OH - DECEMBER 10: Brett Hundley #7 of the Green Bay Packers runs the ball in the second quarter against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium on December 10, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
Brett Hundley's touchdown pass to Davante Adams in overtime not only led the Green Bay Packers to a season-saving win over the Cleveland Browns, it also led to an incredible statistical anomaly.
.@tae15adams. For. The. WIN! #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/oxnkqC24yz— NFL (@NFL) December 10, 2017
.@tae15adams. For. The. WIN! #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/oxnkqC24yz
The man he has filled in for the past few weeks, Aaron Rodgers, may be the greatest quarterback the game has ever seen by the time his career is over.
LINK: Video of Hundley's game-winning TD pass to Adams, mixed with music from the movie Titanic.
However, in eight days, Hundley has had more overtime wins than Rodgers has in his entire 10-year career as Packers starting quarterback.
Last week, Hundley also engineered an overtime game-winning drive to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
As he put it, "Ice cold, baby!"
ICE COLD! @bretthundley7 after the OT win! #GBvsCLE #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/4EZDREDtkS— Green Bay Packers (@packers) December 10, 2017
ICE COLD! @bretthundley7 after the OT win! #GBvsCLE #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/4EZDREDtkS
Until this year, Rodgers had never led a Packers team to an overtime win, going 0-7 in his previous tries. However, he only touched the football four times in those 7 losses.
Green Bay finally beat the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 3 in overtime - Rodgers' first OT win.