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Old 07-17-2011   #21
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It might not have been a laser but he threw it from just behind the 10 yard line and hit the opposite 30. Thats a 65 yard throw. He had to get some air under it to get it that far but there are only a bare handful of guys who could have done it much better in my opinion.
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It might not have been a laser but he threw it from just behind the 10 yard line and hit the opposite 30. Thats a 65 yard throw. He had to get some air under it to get it that far but there are only a bare handful of guys who could have done it much better in my opinion.
JaMarcus Russell could throw it that far from the sitting position....
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Jamarcus russel was a 6'5'' 300lb human cannon, and he was a one trick pony who washed out after 3 seasons. And like I said, a handful could do it better. Farve, Flacco, Cutler, and a few other notable strong arms could have heaved it 75 yards. But despite what you might think, the average qb might be able to throw 60 yards on a good day with no one rushing him. Shaub did it with only a few seconds to read it, set his feet, and pull the trigger.

Is he elite? No.

Is he better than over half the QBs in the league? Yes.

Do his other qualities that he bring to the table (that a guy like Jamarcus Russel, Kyle Boller, and Cutler dont have) make up for not having one of the best deep balls in the game? Yes
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Jamarcus russel was a 6'5'' 300lb human cannon, and he was a one trick pony who washed out after 3 seasons. And like I said, a handful could do it better. Farve, Flacco, Cutler, and a few other notable strong arms could have heaved it 75 yards. But despite what you might think, the average qb might be able to throw 60 yards on a good day with no one rushing him. Shaub did it with only a few seconds to read it, set his feet, and pull the trigger.

Is he elite? No.

Is he better than over half the QBs in the league? Yes.

Do his other qualities that he bring to the table (that a guy like Jamarcus Russel, Kyle Boller, and Cutler dont have) make up for not having one of the best deep balls in the game? Yes
<--- means he was just picking. In no way was he implying Jamarcus was/is a better QB than Schaub.

For the most part he agrees with you.
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I like Schaub.
He's been doing all the things I wished (after the 09 season) he'd do to improve his game (in the 2010 season.).

As I understand, he's still on to those things (get rid of the ball quicker, working on his throwing motion, pull up and run.)
As long as he keeps at it, I have nothing to complain.
He can only get better with his reads and getting out faster on the bootleg.
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I like Schaub.
He's been doing all the things I wished (after the 09 season) he'd do to improve his game (in the 2010 season.).

As I understand, he's still on to those things (get rid of the ball quicker, working on his throwing motion, pull up and run.)
As long as he keeps at it, I have nothing to complain.
He can only get better with his reads and getting out faster on the bootleg.
and remaining on the field...
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The next play in the same mold of the two-receiver pattern is the 60yd catch by AJ over the Jags in week 10.
Don't forget that AJ played on a sore ankle.

The Jags showed cover 2, but then sent a safety down in the box to play the run.

AJ ran a post route from the right slot while Dreessen ran the crossing route from the other side.

The other safety stepped down to check Dreessen.

That left Mathis (2006 Pro-Bowler and All-Pro) and the other CB Cox to play the deep route.

Let's see how it panned out.
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The Jags were in cover two even though you can't see the other safety yet in these first 5 shots.










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Now you can see one safety coming down to play the run such that it became cover 3.











In this last screenshot you can see the safety coming down as well a AJ and Dreessen on the start of their respective route.
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I like Schaub.
He's been doing all the things I wished (after the 09 season) he'd do to improve his game (in the 2010 season.).

As I understand, he's still on to those things (get rid of the ball quicker, working on his throwing motion, pull up and run.)
As long as he keeps at it, I have nothing to complain.
He can only get better with his reads and getting out faster on the bootleg.
I like Schaub also. I guess I should've used the smiley. I was just having a bit of fun.
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I like the title: Kareem Jackson's "Plight"

As if he has been stricken by some random illness, against his will.

LOL. Sigh......
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The next five shots will show that Schaub couldnt step fully into his throw due to pressure.










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Now you will see Dreessen on his crossing route.
By this time, the other safety had turned back to chase the deeper route by AJ as Schaub had already released the ball.











In the last two shots, you can see the deep safety in the middle.
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Now you can see the two CBS start showing on the radar



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Somebody had to upgrade from the free option to the paid option with Photobucket.

I'm just sayin'.....
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And here comes AJ, all by his lonesome.
Similarly to Walter, AJ had to wait for the ball on his one leg.
Notice how far mathis was from the play!









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LOL. He just keeps posting volumes of screen shots. LOL. Wow.

Oblivious to anything else, he's going to go until he's got to open up another file storage account.

(Panting with exhaustion) Must. Upload. ALL. SCREENSHOTS!!!!
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And it was the other CB, Cox, who made the tackle.









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LOL. He just keeps posting volumes of screen shots. LOL. Wow.

Oblivious to anything else, he's going to go until he's got to open up another file storage account.

(Panting with exhaustion) Must. Upload. ALL. SCREENSHOTS!!!!
Hey, I've already said that I don't know this stuff.
It will be helpfull if you can show me a quicker way to do all this!
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