Down seven and the Packers needing a score to tie up and potentially win the game, Green Bay seemed to be in perfect position in the red zone half a minute left on the clock.
That all changed when Aaron Rodgers was picked off attempting to throw an inside slant to WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) September 27, 2019
The turnover iced the game and left the Eagles with a single kneel down to cap off a much-needed win on the road.
Packers fans won’t be any happier seeing an alternate angle of the play.
The camera angle from behind the play shows why the ball was able to intercepted, with CB Craig James draped all over Valdes-Scantling, tackling the WR well before the ball was even close to arriving.
Good lord. What the hell is Pass interference these days. pic.twitter.com/iiYEE8WpLe
— Vincent (@Titletown_Edits) September 27, 2019
The non-call was the second brutally awful missed pass interference penalty of the game, with Valdes-Scantling having been interfered with by Avonta Maddox.
Textbook pass interference
— ً (@EliteJuJu) September 27, 2019
The play was challenged and despite clear evidence of interference, was upheld. The Eagles scored on the next drive.