Re: What I saw or "I think" I saw from the All-22
Also, look at Talib; he was on AJ and only "broke off" to watch the possible cut by AJ the opposite way.
In a sense, it was almost like AJ was boxed in a triangle underneath.
It sure looks to me like the best throw is still a throw with a little of an arch toward the back of the endzone.
Why risk a throw underneath when you can clear all the defenders' reach?
Remember all this talk about throwing the receiver open.
A throw to the back of the endzone is one where only AJ can get to, and nobody else.