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Old 12-27-2013   #56
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Default Re: NastyNate's mock

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Originally Posted by Blake View Post
Serious question. To you, how does ball placement differ from accuracy? I figured ball placement is part of what makes a QB accurate.
IMHO regarding QB ball placement, does the QB put the ball in the best position possible for the receiver to make the catch. A completion says accurate but doesn't necessarily mean good ball placement. As you are aware and have watched many times you have seen WRs make good catches on passes that were to high, to low, behind the receiver, leads the WR to much, to little, under throws the receivers yet these types of passes can also be completions. To me, Bridgewater has a high percentage of these type passes.
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