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Old 10-08-2013   #1281
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Default Re: All Encompassing Matt Schaub Thread

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Originally Posted by thunderkyss View Post
The first part of fixing anything is correctly identifying the problem. The first INT, intended for Andre, the DB was not squatting on that route, he was covering another receiver on a "parallel" route. When Hopkins made his break, the corner looked for the ball. Saw it was going to Andre & jumped his route.

The second Int, also intended for Andre, the DB was giving Andre a generous cushion. He kept Andre & the QB in front of him. When Matt threw the ball, he jumped the route.

When the big guy plucked the ball out of the air, he wasn't squatting on a route, he was reading the QB.

Matt's delivery from decision to throw just took too long. I don't know if that's always been the case, but Sunday it looked like he was being doubly sure he was seeing what he wanted to see.

I don't think Schaub has lost confidence in himself, maybe he lost confidence in his teammates. His OL, his receivers. Both balls thrown to Andre should have been thrown sooner. The one to Graham... inexplicable.

The jumpball he threw to DeAndre was a little too far, DeAndre had to get a little advantage. The jumpball he threw to Andre, way too far.
That is what the stem of his problems are (IMO). Schaub has lost confidence in himself and he's trying to be too sure with his passes, which is leading to him hesitating and staring down his receivers. When you do that NFL DB's can easily read it and jump the route.
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