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Old 09-26-2018, 03:23 PM   #89
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Here's the biggest problems with Dak... it's not that he throws behind a receiver a time or two...or one sail's 10 feet over their head for whatever reason.. it's this:

1. Every game, he leaves plans on the field. He frequently misses guys running open especially on intermediate to deeper routes. He doesn't see the field well.
2. Despite having good speed, he's not moving well in the pocket in part because of poor footwork. Plus, he frequently moves in to pressure or bails out of the pocket when there's no need.
3. He's scared to throw into coverage. He usually only throws to a WR if they're "college" open. What do I mean by that? Well, if they have a step on coverage, he'll make the throw. To be a good NFL QB, you have to be able to make throws when the WR doesn't have a full step. Dak isn't particularly accurate so he isn't willing to do this. Perhaps that's a good thing for him because of his lack of accuracy. If it is a good thing, then that tells you all you need to know...it would tell you that he's not a starting caliber NFL QB.
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