We’ve all heard the people rave about Patrick Mahomes every time he throws one of those “patented” no-look passes. But the truth is, Matthew Stafford has been doing it for a lot longer than the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback. And yet, he never seems to get the same level of recognition for it….
During last night’s Super Bowl LVI victory over the Bengals, Stafford saved what may very well be his best ever no-look pass for the most important moment of his career. While taking his team down the field on their game-winning drive, Stafford hit Kupp for a huge gain over the middle.
how did Kupp get so wide open at such a crucial moment in the game? Because Stafford was able to look off Vonn Bell before threading the needle with this no-look pass:
That pass right there not only set Stafford up to win his first ever Super Bowl, but it finally earned him some much-deserved recognition:
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