San Diego Fleet quarterback Phillip Nelson completed the first no-look pass in the history of the AAF.  During Sunday’s win 24-12 win over the Atlanta Legends, Nelson avoided a sack by throwing a pass over his head while facing the opposite direction of his receiver.

The ill-advised pass was caught by the receiver for positive yardage and the rest is history.  The NFL has their version of the no-look pass, but they don’t have one with the quarterback’s back is to the receiver.

Nelson said after the game that he hopes the play doesn’t end up getting him cut.

Nelson’s job with the Fleet is probably just fine.  They won the game after all and he wasn’t benched immediately following the play. 

It’s not a play the coaching staff will want to see again, but it worked out in the end.

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