Aaron Rodgers threw the best touchdown pass of NFL Sunday

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Aaron Rodgers is not human, he just can't be. The things that the Green Bay Packers quarterback does are just uncopiable by most of the other quarterbacks in the league, never mind us simpletons.

Rodgers returned to the turf on Sunday as the Packers faced off against the Jacksonville Jaguars, in a game that was closer than anyone thought it should be. 

Rodgers had already run in for a score and showcased his trademark pocket movement to great effect to find Jordy Nelson in the end-zone, before posting his best highlight play of the afternoon on an incredible touchdown pass. Scroll down to see it.


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With just 13 seconds left in the second half, Rodgers drops back and finds himself under some serious pressure from the Jaguars defense.

Rather than throwing the ball away, however, the former MVP showed just why he won the award twice before, by managing to throw a 30-yard TD to Davante Adams despite having Jalen Ramsey pulling his arm down and a defensive lineman right in his face. Check it out below...

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Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the NFL, sorry Cam Newton. After a down season last year, thanks more in part to injuries rather than poor play from the man himself, Rodgers could seriously be back in MVP-caliber form in 2016.

That is a very scary proposition for the rest of the National Football League.

The 32-year-old finished by going 20/34 for 199 yards and two TD's as the Packers came away from EverBank Field with a 27-24 win.

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