Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, over the last few weeks, has looked like the MVP quarterback we used to know and love watching.
Rodgers’ confidence seems to have returned, the offensive line is doing a better job protecting him and his receivers are making plays for him.
He was surgical on the Packers’ opening drive of the game, leading the team down the field for a huge touchdown to give the Packers a 7-0 lead.
But Rodgers wasn’t done.
He threw one of his best passes of the season—and arguably his best touchdown pass—on the drive that followed. It ended with a 20-yard dime to Davante Adams in the corner of the end zone.
Check out the trajectory of the ball, as Rodgers threaded it in there perfectly, just out of Nolan Carroll’s reach.
A great catch, and an even better throw, gave the Packers a 14-7 lead in the game.