Every week we will bring you a selection of the best throws from quarterbacks across the NFL. Did you see an amazing throw worthy of inclusion? If so, you can tweet @TheQBList on Twitter to let us know and we’ll give you a shout-out here in the article if your tip makes the cut.
Kirk Cousins to Justin Jefferson
For the second straight week Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins engineered a late fourth quarter game-winning drive. Last week it was K.J. Osborn, this week it was the sensational Justin Jefferson. A perfectly thrown ball right into the bread basket.
Joe Burrow to Ja’Marr Chase
Joe Burrow was the deciding factor in the Bengals’ big win over the Dolphins on Thursday Night Football. Burrow hit Tee Higgins for a huge 59-yard score in the first half but this throw to ice the contest late in the fourth quarter was even better. Burrow was poised – a picture of calm – in the pocket before executing the perfect deep throw down the sideline to Ja’Marr Chase in stride.
Kyler Murray to Marquise Brown
A sensational deep throw off his back foot from Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray to find Marquise Brown in the end zone provided the “Hollywood” ending to this important win for Arizona. Elite stuff from Murray.
Cooper Rush to Michael Gallup
Let’s give Cooper Rush some love! The stand-in quarterback has been lights out for the Cowboys, guiding them to three straight wins in relief of Dak Prescott. He was efficient and clean today in an important divisional win at home, throwing for two scores including this excellent touchdown pass to Michael Gallup on the move to his right.
Carson Wentz to Jahan Dotson
There’s something about Jahan Dotson. The rookie for the Commanders has been a playmaker in every contest so far and this game was no different. However, this is all about the throw from Carson Wentz. Say what you want about the much-maligned quarterback, but this throw was pure quality.
Patrick Mahomes to Marques Valdes-Scantling
A beautiful use of the eyes from Patrick Mahomes here as he fakes a short throw before pumping the ball and unleashing a lovely flighted ball to Marques Valdes-Scantling down the sideline. He has every kind of throw in his locker.
Tom Brady to Mike Evans
Tom Brady had his number one receiver back from suspension and he wasted no time in feeding him to the tune of eight catches for 102 yards and two touchdowns. The second score was a beautiful throw to the back corner of the end zone where Evans made a fantastic one-handed catch for six. The best of the best.
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