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Aaron Rodgers TD pass to Davante Adams was a thing of beauty

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Aaron Rodgers is back, baby. The Green Bay Packers quarterback who has been much-maligned for the past few months put up a great display on Monday Night Football.

Rodgers ended Green Bay's 27-13 win over the Philadelphia Eagles with an impressive stat line that read 30-of-39 passes completed, for over 300 yards and two touchdowns, as well as six of his infamous scrambles for 26 yards on the ground.

The highlight of Rodgers game, however - apart from when he disappeared into a mysterious tent - was his touchdown pass to Davante Adams that was absolutely beautiful. Scroll down to check it out...


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Just look at that. The tweet described the touchdown as poetry in motion and we have to agree. You cannot get more perfect than that.

Is there really any way that you can defend? Sure, Eagles cornerback Nolan Carroll can maybe turn around to meet the ball a bit quicker, but when you're trying to keep up with the speedy Adams, you can't do everything.

And the throw is just sublime, the ball arcing perfectly into the wide receiver's bread basket at the very top of his route. A touch of magic from the former NFL MVP.

Yes, Rodgers had struggled over the past year to recapture some of his best form. But in the past six games he has 17 touchdowns to just three interceptions, for a rating of over 100. Big Play Rodgers is most certainly back.

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