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Old 01-02-2013   #102
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Default Re: LZ: The offense is very much broken and Kubiak canít rely on Ďthe systemí he has

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Originally Posted by Mr teX View Post
WTF are you talking about? He threw 5 long balls the entire game. & unless there's a play that i'm forgetting about, only 1 of them was underthrown.

1 was underthrown to Casey
1 was thrown perfectly to AJ in the end zone that he dropped
1 was overthrown to AJ in the end zone - int
1 was overthrown to Jean on the sideline- barely

the was another thrown deep but it was a pass interference on Davis

That's 1 damn clearly underthrown long pass of 5 on sunday.

& for the record, i never said any damn thing about it being a 1 game thing..He underthrows passes all the time...but so does every qb in the league...Just b/c the WR makes a play on it and comes down with it doesn't mean that they didn't have to slow down for it and adjust...or turn around to catch it doesn't mean it wasn't underthrown.

Someone listening to you would believe every single pass this dude threw was underthrown.

I sound ridiculous? you sound ridiculous...but i get it, that kinda stuff doesn't fit into your nice neat box...
There are certain throws of his that are always too short, mostly anything over 15 or 20 yards. Sometimes he overthrows, though. Rarely has this guy ever hit a WR in perfect stride on a DEEP pass.

The timing throws, like slants and seam routes and stuff...those that are pretty flat on their trajectory...he can handle. Throwing up a really deep pass, though, he gets it to the moon and even a guy like Kevin Walter (slow as molasses) has to slow down.

If Kevin Walter is slowing down for your deep passes, brother you got a problem at QB on those throws.
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