Clutch those pearls, Josh Rosen! It appears there's still quite a bit of magic in that Ivy League-educated arm!
In all seriousness, let me first say that I very much enjoyed this clip. In fact, the only thing that's stopping me from saying that I loved it from the deepest depths of my heart is that it has yet to be placed side-by-side with a clip of that same no-look pass resulting in either a pick-6 or a concussed spectator when the magic wears off and Ryan Fitzpatrick inevitable turns back into the quarterback equivalent of a pumpkin.
That might come off as condescending, but I genuinely appreciate that, in a league that claims to value consistency yet constantly finds itself imprisoned by any optimistic moment under center, exists a player who knows not mediocrity at a position with which it's most prominent. Ryan Fitzpatrick has seen himself pull off the incredible just often enough to continue attempting it, even though it's just as often he's been made to look like a damn fool by doing so. Speaking as someone who doesn't have to live and die with his performances, it actually makes for spectacular theatre. Will it be a tale of triumph or tale of tragedy? A show inspired by Pat Mahomes or Pat White? Might as well flip a coin, but let him confidently slinging the rock outside his line of sight while on the run serve as a reminder that this particular "coin", almost without fail, makes for one entertaining flip.