As reported in the Milwaukee Journal- Sentinel:

With a shoulder shimmy midway through the second quarter of Thursday night’s preseason opener, quarterback Brett Hundley showed the kind of “generalship” the Green Bay Packers wanted to see from their backup.

Gifted a short field, Hundley found receiver Jeff Janis open for a 20-yard touchdown with more than 8 minutes left in the first half. Hundley’s subtle but effective shoulder shake enticed Eagles cornerback C.J. Smith to bite on the double move, allowing Janis to sneak past.

From there, the touch throw to the right corner of the end zone was easy.

The score was part of 17 unanswered points in the first half, leading the Packers to a 24-9 win. It showed command the Packers wanted from their third-year backup. It’s a pump fake Hundley said he’s worked tirelessly to perfect. The difficulty, he said, is not overselling the underneath slant with a fake so the safety stays in the middle of the field:

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