Any Detroit Lions fans that were concerned about possible long-term effects of the injury can rest easy after seeing this ridiculous throw from training camp.
In 2018, Stafford was uncharacteristically reliant on the short pass, and his 6.9-yard average depth of target (aDOT) ranked just 31st among 33 qualifying QBs. With a new offensive coordinator in Darrell Bevell in 2019, Stafford was unleashed and ranked No. 1 among qualifying passers with a 10.6-yard aDOT.
With Bevell calling the shots and downfield threats Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones still starting at wideout, Lions fans can expect the deep ball to once again be a focal point of this offense.
Looking like he's at full health, that should mean another big year from Stafford, who's 106.0 passer rating in 2019 was by far a career high.