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Thread: Breer: QB coach drilling Sanchez on throwing the ball AWAY

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    Breer: QB coach drilling Sanchez on throwing the ball AWAY

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    Also of note, Sanchez said QB coach David Lee is drilling him on throwing the ball away. The turnover issue, obviously, is being addressed.

    he also notes

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    Also, CB Antonio Cromartie said to me the big difference with Rex more inv on D is it looks like Jets will simplify, try to play "100 MPH".

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    And after only 4 years?

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    If David Lee can turn Sanchez into a competent QB, then he should be a candidate for sainthood.

    Because that truly would be a miracle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBIII View Post
    Albert Breer ‏@AlbertBreer 4m
    Also of note, Sanchez said QB coach David Lee is drilling him on throwing the ball away. The turnover issue, obviously, is being addressed.

    he also notes

    Albert Breer ‏@AlbertBreer 2m
    Also, CB Antonio Cromartie said to me the big difference with Rex more inv on D is it looks like Jets will simplify, try to play "100 MPH".
    I LIKE to hear THAT!

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    Throwing it away is always preferable to a turnover. But that's still an incompletion and Sanchez's completion percentage is already dreadful.

    Where he has to improve, if he wants to stay in the league, is his accuracy - getting the ball to where he wants it to go. Improved accuracy will raise his completion % and cut down on interceptions.

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    Hope Rex saved the red-yellow-green caution cards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    Throwing it away is always preferable to a turnover. But that's still an incompletion and Sanchez's completion percentage is already dreadful.

    Where he has to improve, if he wants to stay in the league, is his accuracy - getting the ball to where he wants it to go. Improved accuracy will raise his completion % and cut down on interceptions.
    And completion rate is by far the most important thing right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    And after only 4 years?
    No, he's been taught to not throw it away, so he has to undo what he has drilled into his head the last 4 years. That's what happens when all you tell someone is 'not to make a mistake'. They get indecisive, like he has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsNeedNewton View Post
    And completion rate is by far the most important thing right?
    No, it's probably somewhere around 5th most relevant stat I'd look at when evaluating a QB. Pennington had a much higher completion % than Elway and we know he's not better. That said, in order to run an efficient offense your QB HAS to be at or above 60%. Especially for a WCO like we'll be running.

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    Lesson 2: Red - Yellow - Green

    OMFG gimme a break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetrider View Post
    Hope Rex saved the red-yellow-green caution cards.
    Yeah, this.

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    I could throw it away, wait! I'll run up into the line and find a hole! Wait! No!!!! No hole? There is Brand Moores ass....I can't stop! I am going to fast! Bail out but secure the ball, bail out but secure the ball, bail out bail out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beerfish View Post
    I could throw it away, wait! I'll run up into the line and find a hole! Wait! No!!!! No hole? There is Brand Moores ass....I can't stop! I am going to fast! Bail out but secure the ball, bail out but secure the ball, bail out bail out!
    TPB and Mr. Lahey FTW !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    Throwing it away is always preferable to a turnover. But that's still an incompletion and Sanchez's completion percentage is already dreadful.

    Where he has to improve, if he wants to stay in the league, is his accuracy - getting the ball to where he wants it to go. Improved accuracy will raise his completion % and cut down on interceptions.
    Right on Buzz.

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    Have to get rid of the, I can do it all mentality.

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    Sanchez has only been here 4 years? it seems like 40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    Throwing it away is always preferable to a turnover. But that's still an incompletion and Sanchez's completion percentage is already dreadful.

    Where he has to improve, if he wants to stay in the league, is his accuracy - getting the ball to where he wants it to go. Improved accuracy will raise his completion % and cut down on interceptions.
    Like my golf game...lessons and practice have not really helped that much.

    I think Mark is simply doomed. A professional needing coaching to throw the ball away? Accuracy? If he could fix that, it would already be fixed IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    Throwing it away is always preferable to a turnover. But that's still an incompletion and Sanchez's completion percentage is already dreadful.

    Where he has to improve, if he wants to stay in the league, is his accuracy - getting the ball to where he wants it to go. Improved accuracy will raise his completion % and cut down on interceptions.
    Exactly. Throwing the ball away when you're hitting 65% consistently is not a big deal. When you're a 55% guy, having to be taught how to throw the ball away to avoid turnovers is not nearly as encouraging as it could be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    Like my golf game...lessons and practice have not really helped that much.

    I think Mark is simply doomed. A professional needing coaching to throw the ball away? Accuracy? If he could fix that, it would already be fixed IMO.
    Garrards out, were grasping at straws here.

    Just free the Geno?

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    Like my golf game...lessons and practice have not really helped that much.

    I think Mark is simply doomed. A professional needing coaching to throw the ball away? Accuracy? If he could fix that, it would already be fixed IMO.
    the underlying problem with throwing the ball away, is that he can't read defenses. by the time he realizes he should throw it away he's fumbled already.

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