Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Winston weakness really a strength?

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  • #34696

    wolfet
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    One of Winston’s greatest areas of scrutiny was his alarming amount of interceptions.  He is going to make plenty of mistakes, but he also has a bit of a gunslingers mentality.  He is not going to automatically check down if Evans or Jackson are covered.  I think he will allow them to make plays on the ball.  This is one of the things that convicted me about winston being the pick.  He is aggressive and guys will rally around him because he will allow them to make the play. Jackson and Evans were visibly frustrated with the QB’s last year.  I don’t want a robot as a QB in a WC offense.  I think this is going to be a fun wild ride.  Now about the offensive line…….

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    #362332

    Anonymous

    I wouldn’t call it a strength, but that’s why you sign 6-5 guys, to let them make a play on the ball.  I think winston will certainly do that.

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    #362333

    Anonymous

    I think the problem with this narrative is most of Winston’s INT’s didn’t come from DB’s catching 50/50 contested passes. A lot of them was him not recognizing linebackers underneath dropping back into coverage.

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    #362334

    Anonymous

    High INT’s coupled with low TD output is not a gunslinger.

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    #362335

    Anonymous

    So he’s perfect then!!!!!!!

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    #362336

    Anonymous

    High INT's coupled with low TD output is not a gunslinger.

      65td 28 int in his college career.  I would not call it a low td output

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    #362337

    Anonymous

    Brett favre  52 td 34 int in college

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    #362338

    Anonymous

    I think the problem with this narrative is most of Winston's INT's didn't come from DB's catching 50/50 contested passes. A lot of them was him not recognizing linebackers underneath dropping back into coverage.

    but most of the INTs did come once he lost his 6-5 target.

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    #362339

    Anonymous

    High INT's coupled with low TD output is not a gunslinger.

      65td 28 int in his college career.  I would not call it a low td output

    If Winston played 2014 like he did in 2013 we would not be discussing the first overall pick, it would be a given. He regressed last year. Blame his team, his coach, the talent or whatever you want but throwing 24 TD's and 18 int's in your capstone NCAA season is not impressive.

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    #362340

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    Brett favre  52 td 34 int in college

    Mariota, 104 TD's 14 int, less INT's in his 3 year career than Winston in 14.

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    #362341

    Anonymous

    [ but throwing 24 TD's and 18 int's in your capstone NCAA season is not impressive.

    wouldnt his rs freshman season be his capstone year?

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    #362342

    Anonymous

    I think the problem with this narrative is most of Winston's INT's didn't come from DB's catching 50/50 contested passes. A lot of them was him not recognizing linebackers underneath dropping back into coverage.

    but most of the INTs did come once he lost his 6-5 target.

    Lob city?

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    #362343

    Anonymous

    I think the problem with this narrative is most of Winston's INT's didn't come from DB's catching 50/50 contested passes. A lot of them was him not recognizing linebackers underneath dropping back into coverage.

    but most of the INTs did come once he lost his 6-5 target.

    Lob city?

    go with the matchup you trust.

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    #362344

    dugout68
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    Brett favre  52 td 34 int in college

    Mariota, 104 TD's 14 int, less INT's in his 3 year career than Winston in 14.

    Seriously, have you even watched Mariota film. I like the kid, a lot. But Mariota, for the most part, threw into wide open spaces which was a product of the system he was in. Not saying he didn't make some good throws, but the vast majority of throws were to WIDE open targets. Just pick one of his highlight reels. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ku9bP5ZAkWY

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    #362345

    Anonymous

    I think the problem with this narrative is most of Winston's INT's didn't come from DB's catching 50/50 contested passes. A lot of them was him not recognizing linebackers underneath dropping back into coverage.

    but most of the INTs did come once he lost his 6-5 target.

    Lob city?

    go with the matchup you trust.

    He did and threw a gang of picks but that was the WRs fault. I forgot.

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