Well, it's official, Mo Sanu is the best QB in the Falcons pic.twitter.com/vLBs2MuKzZ
– Barstool Sports (@barstooltweetss) November 26, 2017
Mohamed Sanu he's not just a star receiver with the best hands in the NFL.
He is also the best pbader in the NFL of all time.
Sure, it's a small sample size, but Sanu's race numbers through the air are flashy.
The former Rutgers star simulated a transfer and threw a 51-yard touchdown pbad to tight coverage, with the goal high. Ball hanging in the air for 49 of those meters – to Julio Jones to help the Atlanta Falcons beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
"I just watched it take off and I just let it go," Sanu told AtlantaFalcons.com. "A touchdown is a touchdown, as long as we put six points on the board, I'm happy."
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Sanu is now 6-for-6 for 228 yards with three touchdowns in his six-year career. That qualifies for a perfect pin rate of 158.3.
In 2012, as a member of the Cincinnati Bengals, Sanu threw a 73-yard touchdown pbad to A.J. Green.
He will have trouble finding a quarterback who does not like to throw Green and Jones, both are annual Pro Bowlers.
While Sanu's unique skill set might surprise the NFL's audience: large, it's no wonder anyone who has seen him play quarterback at South Brunswick High School since 2006-08 or star in Rutgers since 2009- eleven.
Sanu not only established the Scarlet & # 39; Knights & # 39; of all time (210) and a single season (115) catch records, was also the solution when the offensive was stalled at times in 2009 and 2010.
The wide receiver of the First-Team All-Big East was 8 of 18 pbades for 207 yards with four touchdowns at Rutgers, according to sportsreference.com. He also ran for 653 yards and nine touchdowns.
The Bengals and Falcons are undefeated when Sanu throws a pbad, but do not expect him to give up his daily work.
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is the current NFL MVP and Sanu is one of his favorite targets, with 37 receptions for 388 yards and four touchdowns.
Mohamed Sanu is the best quarterback of all time pic.twitter.com/PbAq6ESNfg
– Rodger Sherman (@rodger_sherman) November 26, 2017