The Super Bowl has no shortage of great moments because NFL players leave everything on the field.
That’s why the 60-minute game will feature captivating moments that will live forever.
Exceptional throws are typical in the biggest game of the season.
Top 5 Super Bowl throw of all-time https://t.co/LVZ128bEBl
— Dan Orlovsky (@danorlovsky7) February 15, 2022
With one tweet, Orlovsky opened up another interesting debate.
Stafford’s pass has merit because he did not look toward Super Bowl MVP Cooper Kupp when he made the throw.
Throwing the ball a few inches off Cincinnati Bengals safety Vonn Bell made the completion more impressive.
Stafford threaded the needle to deliver the ball to the only reliable receiver he had left after Odell Beckham Jr. left early due to injury.
But naming it in the top five Super Bowl throws of all time is a premature declaration.
Stafford’s Number One Fan
Do not forget that Orlovsky has been fantastic in breaking down plays with Ryan Clark on ESPN.
However, he’s impartial to Stafford because he served as the guy’s backup for four seasons with the Detroit Lions.
He’s shown support for his former teammate by wearing a shirt with Stafford’s face on it during the episode of ESPN’s “Get Up” following Super Bowl LVI.
He was also in the box at SoFi Stadium with Stafford’s family.
Therefore, their relationship runs deep and Orlovsky will have his biases for Stafford.
Unfortunately, there’s no shortage of great throws in 56 Super Bowls which can bump off Stafford’s throw off the list.
But what’s more important is that the pass kept the Rams’ drive going.
Eventually, Kupp also caught the game-winning touchdown off a back-shoulder throw.
While that kind of pass is no gimme, Stafford once again made it look too easy.