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#1 : January 25, 2014, 08:55:51 PM

Good stuff.

It is clear that Glennon needs to quicken his dropback and delivery (along with decision making) and be consistent about it in the 3rd/4th quarter of games. 

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#2 : January 25, 2014, 09:04:16 PM

Good stuff.

It is clear that Glennon needs to quicken his dropback and delivery (along with decision making) and be consistent about it in the 3rd/4th quarter of games.

That he does. Things that jumped out to me were incompletions due to bad throws which Glennon had the least of. The air and YAC percentages. Glennon improving upon those things and us hopefully adding some playmakers and getting some back from injury we should see much improvements.


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#3 : January 25, 2014, 09:07:50 PM

Good post. Thanks for putting this up.


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#4 : January 25, 2014, 09:08:52 PM

Improvements?  Unpossible!


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#5 : January 25, 2014, 09:12:20 PM

So Glennon had the highest % of air yards and the lowest % of yards after catch (by a lot on both).  Looks like we need some people that can do something with the ball in their hands.

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#6 : January 25, 2014, 09:14:53 PM

So Glennon had the highest % of air yards and the lowest % of yards after catch (by a lot on both).  Looks like we need some people that can do something with the ball in their hands.

It's partly about the people but more about the scheme. 

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#7 : January 25, 2014, 09:18:18 PM

So Glennon had the highest % of air yards and the lowest % of yards after catch (by a lot on both).  Looks like we need some people that can do something with the ball in their hands.

It's partly about the people but more about the scheme.

It's definitely both. I want to say it was more of the scheme, but then I remember Jackson was our only WR. The scheme certainly didn't help though.


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#8 : January 25, 2014, 09:21:47 PM

Don't you think that the scheme was negatively impacted by player limitations?  (Skye, you go long)

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#9 : January 25, 2014, 09:42:52 PM

So Glennon had the highest % of air yards and the lowest % of yards after catch (by a lot on both).  Looks like we need some people that can do something with the ball in their hands.

It's partly about the people but more about the scheme.
I don't think you can completely absolve Glennon.  There were many throws where Glennon didn't place the ball where the receivers could catch it in stride.  Hopefully, Glennon will be working on that this offseason.

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#10 : January 25, 2014, 10:28:40 PM

So Glennon had the highest % of air yards and the lowest % of yards after catch (by a lot on both).  Looks like we need some people that can do something with the ball in their hands.

It's partly about the people but more about the scheme.
I don't think you can completely absolve Glennon.  There were many throws where Glennon didn't place the ball where the receivers could catch it in stride.  Hopefully, Glennon will be working on that this offseason. carrying a clipboard this season.


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#11 : January 25, 2014, 11:04:36 PM

This also shows he doesn't hit WR when they are wide open, nor does he hit them in stride more than once a game. He will be an average back up.

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#12 : January 25, 2014, 11:15:47 PM

This also shows he doesn't hit WR when they are wide open, nor does he hit them in stride more than once a game. He will be an average back up.

How does that prove he didn't hit them in stride?


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#13 : January 25, 2014, 11:18:36 PM

With glennon it's a leap from "craptastic" to "boring."

I think we "could" win with glennon, but that's only if everything is perfect for him to do so. The defense would have to be top five, the wideouts would have to get separation, and the scheme/playcalls would have to be close range and methodical. Not to mention, speeding up his movements after the snap, and/or refurbishing the ol to compensate for his long release time.

After a while, I start thinking drafting a qb would be better. At least bring in "lovie's guy" who fits the mold, or a player that has a much quicker release.

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#14 : January 25, 2014, 11:21:37 PM

This also shows he doesn't hit WR when they are wide open, nor does he hit them in stride more than once a game. He will be an average back up.

How does that prove he didn't hit them in stride?

The YAC does. At least for people who watched the games.
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