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Old 10-23-2012, 11:40 AM  
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Originally Posted by St4ever View Post
I think DB just does not have a deep ball arm, that being said most of Drews passes are timing routes and Morgan just seems to be too fast for DB on the longer routes. As you may have noticed Morgan is not slowed down at the line and goes straight for the long ball, Drews problem is more with getting rid of the ball quicker so Morgan does not have to come back for it. If Drew releases this pass one second sooner he hits Morgan in stride. I believe that this will eventually get straightened out once they play a while.
The problem is if Drew anticipates Morgan beating a WR and throws early to hit him in stride (as a way of compensating for lack of arm strength), and the CB *doesnt* get beaten, its a potential INT.
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