The Green Bay Packers have won four games in a row, thanks in large part to some outstanding play by Aaron Rodgers. On Saturday against the Minnesota Vikings, the quarterback was back at it again, torching them early with two brilliant touchdown passes.

Here’s a look at Rodgers’ first touchdown, which was aided by Jordy Nelson’s outstanding effort after the catch.

After the Vikings scored a field goal to cut the lead to four, Rodgers hit the field again and delivered an absolute strike to Davante Adams on a back-shoulder throw.

After this touchdown, Rodgers was 12-of-13 passing for 163 yards with the two touchdowns — just a torrid start that put the Packers up by the score of 14-3 in the first quarter.