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Newton: "It's About Trusting The System"

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Translate: "It's about trusting the o-line"

He is essentially saying that he throws off his back foot because he doesn't trust the oline enough to step into his throws. At least that's how I interpret it.

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Surprised to hear that the system includes happy feet and throwing the ball like a duck. But, what do we know? Could be the next big thing.

He doesn't know what he doesn't know, yet.

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Sounds just like his supporters.....

Blame anything and everything except what is actually wrong.

His mechanics ARE a big problem. They can and likely will get fixed. But it will take time.

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Translate: "It's about trusting the o-line"

He is essentially saying that he throws off his back foot because he doesn't trust the oline enough to step into his throws. At least that's how I interpret it.

he throws exactly like he did in college

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Sounds to me as if he is recognizing he has to get the ball out quicker.

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I think the mechanics should be #1 on his list. Last time I checked, throwing off your back foot and leaning away from your throws isn't considered good mechanics. But what do I know? It's not like I'm a QB or a coach or scout or anything.....

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His mechanics breakdown most when the line breaks down.

He is saying he has to execute better, which would encompass all area's of play.

Even mechanics.

Its not a 100% mechanics issues, its a total offensive execution issue.

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Yea, throwing off your back foot means you don't have mechanic issues... what a joke.

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he throws exactly like he did in college

*In my best Bill Lumberg voice* "Yeah.... We're gonna need him to go ahead... and change that ASAP.... mmmk?.... Great..."

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