The Green Bay Packers found themselves in an ideal spot with time running out against the Detroit Lions on Monday.

With 1:36 remaining, Green Bay had a first down at the Detroit 11-yard line with 1:36 seconds remaining and the Lions out of timeouts.

All they had to do was milk the clock and convert a chip-shot field goal to pick up a critical NFC North victory.

The Lions were clearly aware of this fact and cleared the way for Packers running back Jamaal Williams when Aaron Rodgers handed him the ball on the first-down play.

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But Williams didn’t take the bait.

As Detroit defenders sidestepped to give him a path to the end zone in an attempt to get the ball back, Williams plopped down at the two-yard line to keep possession for Green Bay and the clock running.

That cost a lot of people some money. 

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