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If Sims canâ€™t throw the ball accurately without a wind up then he is not a starting QB for this team
It isn't the offense keepon - except for Pittsburgh and New England, about everyone uses a lot of three step drops. The player has to master the techique. I think he can - but it is on him.
Quote from: bucsbum on February 07, 2007, 12:17:56 PMIf Sims canâ€™t throw the ball accurately without a wind up then he is not a starting QB for this team unless Gruden tweeks his offense a little. As Gruden said before, you HAVE to throw 3-steps in this league, it's imperative. It wasn't an issue last year until the Skins playoff game. That's where the blueprint was laid and translated into the first few games. He can overcome it, but he's got that Byron leftwich type throwing motion.
It takes Leftwich a decade to get the ball out after he starts his motion. I wonder why he doesn't have so many damn batted passes
Simms has a few deficiencies, from what I've been able to determine: 1) his apparently slow decision making process; 2) his inability to absorb as much of the offense as his coaches want; and 3) his whipsaw throwing motion.
Combine #1 and #2 and you have "Not very smart QB" which doesn't sound like " the future".