I'm not sure this is the kind of no-look pass Andy Reid wants to see from his young QB next season.

In a Week 2 matchup between the Atlanta Legends and San Diego Fleet in the new AAF league, San Diego quarterback Philip Nelson completed a circus no-look pass to tight end Gavin Escobar, prompting this tweet from the 2018 ​NFL MVP.

The scariest thing is, I wouldn't put it past him. And even Chiefs All-Pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill appeared to be on board:

Mahomes, of course, had the NFL world buzzing when he completed this no-look pass against the Baltimore Ravens:

Mahomes, Hill and tight end Travis Kelce combined to spearhead the league's most explosive offense in 2018, and all three were named first team All-Pro. In his first season as a starter, Mahomes threw for over 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns on his way to the MVP Award and was within a ​Dee Ford offsides penalty of taking Kansas City to their first Super Bowl berth since 1970.