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Old 10-24-2013   #283
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Default Re: Who gets the start at QB after the bye?

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Originally Posted by Nitrofish View Post
First it was more than 2 seconds, and the pocket was clean. You can see that in the previous image. All he had to do was throw the ball away, stop the clock and play another down.

In the following coaches film screen cap, it is just as Keenum decides to run, but had he just lofted the ball to either Tate our of the backfield, or Graham in the middle of the field, just before they made their breaks, he would have had a completion. But the proper play there was if nothing is there, throw it away.

From what you've shown here everyone is covered.
Case is still inside the "tackle box". If he "throws it away" now... from here... it's intentional grounding. He has to take off and run to get outside the tackle box to even have that option. Throwing it, from here, in the direction of the RB or the TE, Graham, risks a pick six.

What you suggest is a very risky option.

His only option is to run outside the tackle box so he can toss it away without penalty.

Unfortunately, he didn't make it.
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