VIDEO: Edited Clip of Aaron Rodgers-to-Jake Kumerow Throw Proves How Crazy This Laser Really Was

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers looked like a mere mortal in the last few years by virtue of playing in a Mike McCarthy offense. Under Matt LaFleur, Rodgers has been born anew, and has returned to fitting passes into windows that only he can hit, as well as...bending the ball mid-flight? Rodgers torched the Kansas City Chiefs' secondary with a couple of unreal throws, including this dime to Jake Kumerow that looks even more improbable when you can see the laser-tracked arc of the throw.

How is it even possible to curve a throw in mid-air?

Rodgers, who threw for 305 yards and three touchdowns in a primetime win on the road against Kansas City, somehow managed to top that throw in the same game. With pressure right in his grill, Rodgers found Jamaal Williams in the back corner of the end zone with a defender all over him on easily the most improbable touchdown of the year.

Rodgers is finally free of having to run slant-flat concepts 25 times under McCarthy, and the Packers are back to contending in the NFC.