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TonyN

Nice Newton quote.

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Can we just scrap the entire play book, start treating cam like a pro QB and run an under center offense?

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andy dalton takes 2.59 seconds from snap to release.

Yeah but he has no swag

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It was a miserable loss!!! Cam did his part , the special teams did their part, defense was streaky but they didn't get an help from the offense.. Miserable is a good word to describe this whole season! I'm Miserable they Miserable and you as Panthers fans are Miserable. Hell, it almost makes the Bobcats beating Dallas Miserable. If I wasn't so dam Miserable I'd be mad!!!

Oh well, tomorrows another day and when I think of this, it will be Miserable all over again. Hope they are too!!!!!!!

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andy dalton takes 2.59 seconds from snap to release.

.....what? is that every play? is he some kind of robot?

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Like hell it is. Just because Aaron Rodgers can make those passes once or twice a game doesn't mean that is the kind of scheme you live on. Look at the Saints or Patriots offenses. They're designed on either isolating all-world talents like Graham and Gronk, or getting someone else like Welker or Sproles running in space. They don't attempt a hundred seam-splitting throws a game, that's a recipe for disaster. This offense doesn't have an overwhelming physical specimen and completely misuses its receivers in space. It should be a hard-running play action offense and the fact that its not shows how stupid the coaching staff is.

Most pro QBs say differently. 12 inches is open.

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.....what? is that every play? is he some kind of robot?

per profootballfocus it's his average.

cam newton's is 3.04.

he is one of only 4 QBs in the league that take 3 or more seconds to release the ball.

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andy dalton takes 2.59 seconds from snap to release.

yeah it's called the west coast offense and its bread and butter is getting the ball out fast on three step drops.

stats without context are useless

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yeah it's called the west coast offense and its bread and butter is getting the ball out fast on three step drops.

stats without context are useless

so every QB in the league besides newton, wilson, vick, and rg3 run the west coast offense?

...because those are the only ones in the league that take 3+ seconds to execute from snap to release.

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so every QB in the league besides newton, wilson, vick, and rg3 run the west coast offense?

...because those are the only ones in the league that take 3+ seconds to execute from snap to release.

those three + newton spend a lot of time running around outside of the pocket before passing.

i saw the list in the other thread. you're just wanking off with numbers and not thinking critically.

and the point still stands that dalton runs a west coast offense vs. our coryell variant with lots of verticals and slow developing plays downfield.

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so every QB in the league besides newton, wilson, vick, and rg3 run the west coast offense?

...because those are the only ones in the league that take 3+ seconds to execute from snap to release.

T/F:

Andy Dalton in our scheme, with our coaching and players would deliver the ball faster and with better results than Cam Newton

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Most pro QBs say differently. 12 inches is open.

It's not open when the pressure is in your face immediately and you're running for your life.

Just sayin'. A guy who is "open" to a QB standing in a clean pocket probably won't be seen by a guy who's running for his life as soon as the ball is snapped. Our OL was god awful today. Cam wasn't good, but they were awful.

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really if you look at that list and don't understand that four "running quarterbacks" are going to have a longer snap to release time then lol

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