Originally Posted by aussie_texan
i have been really high on murray since last season but havnt seen the progression this year that i wanted. its still early so he has time to improve but im a little disappointed so far. that game against LSU shouldnt be used to say his improved the secondary play was terrible i could have throw a few TDs
LSU typically fields some of the best db talent in the country, in other words they're stacked.
Here is what I see with Aaron Murray's progression - he has really worked hard in the film room & taken it on the field, very professional, workman like. He learns from his mistakes & does a better job defining his windows. arm strength is improved & he seems quicker with better mobility. Aaron Murray grasps the concept of being the teams field general both on & off the field, like Russell Wilson or Drew Brees - can will his team to victory