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Old 02-19-2014   #33
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Default Re: Our New Schemes on Both Sides of the Ball Will Promote Adaptability

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Originally Posted by Seegara View Post
He didn't have much choice. Opponents learned to rush wide from both sides and keep him in the pocket. Then, thanks to a leaky OL, blitzes up the middle weren't picked up and there was no place to go except down.
he had a choice, i can watch games now and tell u multiple times he should of left the pocket and had plenty of room to roam but he didnt. Early on he did, after kubiak stressed staying in the pocket he didnt. Pretty simple Kubiak is still trying to keep alive the old school pocket passer offense, the NFL is passed that. He was trying to turn Keenum into something he is not. Wrong thing to do !
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