No Mike McCarthy? No problem.
That was the case on the Green Bay Packers' first offensive series of the game on Sunday as the team takes on the Atlanta Falcons. Interim head coach Joe Philbin inherited play calling duties as well as the head coach position after McCarthy was fired last Sunday, and he called a nice opening drive.
After a pair of early receptions from Equanimious St. Brown, Davante Adams took over. He picked up a big 21-yard gain to convert a third-and-two opportunity, then found the end zone by adjusting to Aaron Rodgers' pass and hauling it in for a score.
Adams had even left the field limping shortly before the touchdown, but he returned to the field for that snap and scored. Here's a look at the play:
The drive featured quick passing from Rodgers, who completed six of seven throws for 62 yards. He looks in rhythm early on in the game, which currently sits tied at 7-7.