Eat your heart out, Patrick Mahomes.
Last week, the NFL archive tweeted out one of the slickest evasive maneuvers you will ever see, from a quarterback not known for his mobility.
Who needs mobility when you can complete passes by throwing behind your back?
In 1961, Jurgensen led the NFL with 235 completions, 3,723 yards, 32 touchdowns and 24 interceptions. It was his first of five Pro Bowl seasons and he finished the year as a first-team All-Pro.
The greatest innovation in the history of pro football might be the forward pass, but the behind-the-back version is an underrated adaptation. Here's to you, Sonny.