Packers QB Aaron Rodgers throws no-look TD in practice which had people in awe
Green Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers is coming off an injury-plagued 2017 campaign that saw him miss more than half of the season due to a broken collarbone.
This has set up an offseason of resurgence for Rodgers with eyes focused on showing that he still has plenty left in the tank to perform at an elite level. According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN, the 34-year-old demonstrated that in practice on Thursday after making a no-look touchdown pass to wide receiver Geronimo Allison.
Rodgers still clearly has his unique throwing ability with his pinpoint accuracy has helped make him one of the best quarterbacks that the league has ever seen. The fact that he was able to do that this offseason shows that there hasn’t been any drop off in his skill set on the practice field. It should also give more reason for the front office to feel more confident in working out a lucrative extension that could make him the highest-paid quarterback in league history.
The Packers are hoping that Rodgers can once again lead the charge for the offense to compete for the playoffs and possibly further next season. His disappointing 2017 campaign should provide him enough motivation to demonstrate that he can remain among the top players at his position that may put him in the picture to be in serious contention for the MVP award.
More importantly, this could set up a major bounce-back campaign for the Packers to return to being a serious contender for the Super Bowl.