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Derrik Klassen Jul 15
Replying to @QBKlass
Not exactly the same but some of the windows Cam Newton has fit at the sideline on speed outs over the years is truly insane
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Marcus Mosher 2h
Listen... I know the are going to sign Ezekiel Elliott to a long-term deal. We all know it's coming. But I do want to ask you all this; which team in the last 10 years is happy with the second-contract they've given a RB? I think you would be hard-pressed to fine one
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Nick Farabaugh 6h
The separating factor between Justin Herbert and Tua Tagovailoa to me is Herbert’s “wow” throws. There’s issues under pressure for both, mental game aspects that they’re weak on, but both have good accuracy. Herbert just makes small window throws. He has precise ball placement.
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Kyle Crabbs 5h
look at Justin Herbert continues with a great conversion with his legs on 3rd and 15.
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Ian Wharton Sep 22
Replying to @NFLFilmStudy
Great placement again
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The Mick Nartin™ Sep 22
The no look across his body on 4th and 1 >>>>>>>>>>> Inject this into my veins! Herbert dealing.
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The Mick Nartin™ Sep 22
Herbert has been pure money on the hitches and curls today. Placement, timing, on point.
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WBG84 2h
That Stanford game, if he can be more disciplined in the pocket, that's the ceiling Justin Herbert offers at the NFL based on that game alone. He carved up a Stanford defense that allowed just 7.7 ppg at that point. Herbert completed 25 of 27 passes at the end of regulation 💪🎯
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WBG84 2h
Replying to @XIsThatNigga
Herbert has elite tools in terms of arm strength, ball-placement, size, mobility. Can rifle passes in very tight windows. His game against Stanford was a clinic, and a glimpse into what he can do. He's got better weapons & his OL now is healthy. I expect a big year from Herbie.
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WBG84 3h
Replying to @XIsThatNigga
That is one of the reasons why him staying made sense, although he likely would've been a Giant had he declared. With another year in the same offense and coaching staff, I believe he will make the necessary steps to be more disciplined in the pocket.
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Kyle Crabbs 6h
Herbert has got the goods 😍😍😍
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WBG84 3h
Replying to @WBG84
And that throw, a thing of beauty. That's top-level ball-placement and accuracy.
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WBG84 3h
That's what a franchise quarterback looks like folks. Been saying this for a year, Justin Herbert has the tools to be a star. A legit star.
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Art Stapleton 6h
Robert Ayers announced his retirement from the NFL today. He had 9 sacks in his second and final season with the in 2015. No Giant has hit that number since. Last to reach double digit sacks: Jason Pierre-Paul with 12.5 in 2014.
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WBG84 4h
. referenced as Simon Phoenix, and called him The Demolition Man. My thoughts:
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WBG84 4h
Replying to @D_Ricker81 @RomoCop74
With the exception of the Seahawks, Ravens and Broncos didn't have consistent QB play following their Super Bowl wins. Broncos have not returned to the playoffs after winning Super Bowl 50. Ravens whiffed badly on Elvis Garbac in 2001 and missed the playoffs.
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WBG84 5h
Replying to @carlymersky
Ah. Good one. Also loved the purposely misspelled words. 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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NFL Total Access 6h
Which Cowboy would you pay first? 💰 says you don't let a championship caliber QB leave 🤔
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WBG84 5h
Replying to @D_Ricker81 @RomoCop74
The 2000 Ravens, 2013 Seahawks, 2015 Broncos won championships with a legendary defense and running game. Very far and between teams win championships with that philosophy.
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Bryan Williams 17h
Had a great day at the office today. I basically had a 6 hour meeting with my co-workers discussing plans for a project that I hope becomes a reality. We played a lot of Smackdown Here Comes The Pain today.
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