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It seems locker has a throw or 2 each day that is bad.High,low or just off target.Assuming he has had his eyes checked and has good vision and depth perception,I would love to get a breakdown of what he did wrong on all of his bad passes.Is it mental, footwork,mechanics,concentration,or just losing dicipline on form? If I were Loggains, i think i would make some cut-ups of jake, and privately have a mentor coach or retired qb guru,like parcells, take a look and give an opinion.or some suggestions.
So does Manning. So does Brady. So does Brees. Remember that the best of QBs pass for 63-65% completion. That's almost a failure half th time. Bad passes are going to happen.
Now that being said not all bad passes are the same. When Manning throws a bad pass it often is not in a place where it can be intercepted, etc. like on long ball passes......you want to bias your pass as too long. Too short gets picked off.
I agree. I just want jake to improve and prove all the nay-sayers wrong who are bashing the accuracy and where he was drafted.I'm trying to figure out why jake is more accurate on the run as opposed to standing in the pocket.When he leaves the pocket he is running with a wr,as opposed to standing basically still in the pocket as the wr runs a route. I know when i played baseball as a kid,i had problems hitting and eventually found i had a depth perception problem.Corrective lenses changed my world.I just can't imagine that with the combine check and how detailed the medical checks are that jake never had a comprehensive eye exam.If a reporter asked munch or ruston about jakes vision they would probably get laughed at.I keep hearing "accuracy issues" with jake and am wondering what is causing them.I like jake and i think he is going to need a year or 2 more and a little patience to become a great qb.
Great take, Bigdogtitan.
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This times x1000. I want to see him prove all the nay-sayers wrong, too.
Sounds like Locker had his best training camp practice to date tonight.
Yeah, that was the buzz tonight on twitter.
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