Not too many things have been going right for the Green Bay Packers in Sunday night’s game against the Minnesota Vikings, especially on offense. The pass protection has been awful and receivers aren’t getting much separation at all.
But the team did get a ray of hope when Micah Hyde made an exceptional interception in the third quarter of the game.
Faced with a third-and-five situation, the Packers were able to get pressure on quarterback Teddy Bridgewater up the gut and forced him into making an ill-advised throw. Hyde was in the area and reached across his body with one hand to haul it in for the difficult grab.
— The Sports Daily (@SportsDailyBlog) January 4, 2016
Most wide receivers, let alone defensive backs, would be able to make that grab.