Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel had some questions coming in to this weekend’s game against the Vanderbilt Commodores thanks to a shoulder injury that he suffered last weekend during the team’s upset loss to the Auburn Tigers.
However, Manziel immediately erased any of those concerns when he was able to come out red hot against Vanderbilt and go storming down the field on a perfect drive to give the Aggies an early one touchdown lead.
During the drive, Manziel went 10-for-10 passing for 70 yards and the opening score to Derel Walker.
Here is Manziel’s first touchdown pass of the game:
The really impressive thing about Manziel’s game is his ability to put the ball at a point where only his wide receivers will be able to come down with the ball.
If Manziel didn’t put the ball exactly where he did for the Walker touchdown pass, then he ran the risk of having the ball knocked down and losing his perfect completion percentage for the afternoon.
Unfortunately for Manziel, his perfect completion percentage only lasted until the second drive of the ballgame.