Originally Posted by EllisUnit
Yeah i agree but come on how many times have we seen schaub overthrow cough cough, under throw wide open guys ?
It took me a while to come to terms with underthrowing those wide open receivers, but if you listen to what Matt says and reconcile it with the numbers... maybe he's got a point. He says it gives the receivers a better opportunity to make a play on the ball. Like we saw in 2012, it also gives the defender the ability to make a play on the ball. But his completion percentage in throws over 20 yards, over 30 yards, over 40 yards are right there with "the best" in the league.
Had Joe Flacco put that ball in front of Jacoby, is it more or less likely that Jacoby catches that ball?