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Old 09-18-2013   #11
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Default Re: Bronco's All Pro LT Ryan Clady going on season ending IR

ProFootballFocus ranks Manning 7th this season so far in QB release time of 2.6 seconds.

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Last season, Manning spent an average of 2.5 seconds in the pocket, the league’s second fastest release time to Tom Brady’s 2.3 seconds.

Manning has been even quicker getting rid of the ball this year, although his 2.48 second release time ranks seventh in the league, as may NFL offenses are trying to hurry along their quarterbacks. The six QBs with quicker release times through two games (according to ProFootballFocus.com): Matthew Stafford (2.26 seconds); Andy Dalton (2.28); Carson Palmer (2.33); Tony Romo (2.42); Philip Rivers (2.45) and Aaron Rodgers (2.45).

Rivers is no doubt benefiting from working with Mike McCoy, who was Manning’s offensive coordinator last season.

Gase, who replaced McCoy as offensive coordinator, has Manning and the Broncos going even faster this year. When Manning gets rid of the ball in 2.5 seconds or less, he has a 139.1 passer rating. Only Rodgers at 147.5 has a better rating when releasing in 2.5 seconds or quicker.
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