Russell Wilson has run into some setbacks during his time in Denver with the Broncos.

But in recent weeks, the former Badger has reverted back to his Seattle ways. Wilson is playing great football right now, and Monday Night Football’s game between the Broncos and Buffalo Bills has put that improvement on display.

Wilson and wide receiver Courtland Sutton connected for a simply unreal touchdown in the first half. The catch is what’s talked about in this post, but Wilson had to make this throw after changing direction, with a receiver that is only barely open threaded through a few defenders.

This is one of the better throws you’ll see all season:

The Broncos lead Buffalo 15-8 at the half.

Wilson has thrown for 114 yards and 1 touchdown on 12-of-14 passing. He’s also rushed for 22 yards on 3 carries. For the season, Wilson has thrown for 1,613 yards and 16 touchdowns with just 4 interceptions.