Aaron Rodgers called the Devin Hester/Johnny Knox fake punt return "the most incredible play" he's ever seen. It was a work of art and drawn up by special teams coach, Dave Toub. If it hadn't been for Corey Graham's holding call that nullified the play, it would've have brought the Bears within one score with :51 left in the game against the Packers.
Who knows what could have happened if the play stood? The Bears would have had to still recover an onside kick; Jay Cutler would have had to connect on a couple passes to get into field goal positions; Robbie Gould would've have had to been clutch with time running out to send the game into overtime. Regardless, there are too many shouldas, wouldas, couldas. The Bears should have played well from the opening whistle.
The question is... will we ever see this play ever again? Probably not and it's a shame. What it does do is that it forces opposing teams to expect the unexpected when facing the Bears' 3rd Phase.