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What's the difference in Panthers QB accuracy vs Cleveland's QB's

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Stop focusing on Cam they all suck so far! Anderson & Clausen included!

The question is why?

Is it the system?

Is it the OC ?

Is it they are going by a script?

Is it other teams are using easy offenses with lots of short throws?

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First I have not narrowed this down to Cam, it seems like every box score i read for the nfl has a starter or backup with 60-70% accuracy.

Brady was damn near perfect, so was Vick, and EJ Manuel was 10-12. This seems to indicate that a system has been implemented that works for the player.

Alex Smith had the highest qb rating of his career under Harbaugh, but he sucked under other coaches.

 

 

Matt Ryan was 8-15 which is 53.33 with 1 touchdown cam was 8-17 with no touch down and clearly throughout the game cam was forcing throws instead of running for gaining yards.(Probably by design to not hurt himself in meaningless games) Obviously it will change in the preseason, but the point of this post is that numbers right now are very unimportant. If people want to complain about cam's accuracy do it when the games actually matter. 

 

I thought a concept like this would be simple.

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I remember that, ughh that was ugly. Well, hows Cam looked in practice? I havnt heard of him looking poorly.

 

I was there the 1st Sunday when they went in full pads and he was on fire that day. We will be fine but what concerns that I and other have is we have seen some drives come to a halt on throws just like that especially on 3rd down.

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I was there the 1st Sunday when they went in full pads and he was on fire that day. We will be fine but what concerns that I and other have is we have seen some drives come to a halt on throws just like that especially on 3rd down.

 

Different OC, could be "rehearsing" differently. Maybe Cam is just more of a timing guy and needs more familiarity with the plays theyre running. Maybe Chud was a little more strict in his ways and Shula is a little looseh gooseh.

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Just for fun, a little walk down memory lane.

 

 

 

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I never did like Chud's offense because it seemed high risk high reward. When Chud's left I figured Cam's accuracy would go up, instead Weeden's shot thru the roof, he is 18-21 for 229 yards and 3 td's this preseason. Campbell was 14-19 for 143 yards in the last 2 games. I'm not sure we have a qb with over 50% accuracy during this preseason.

Can anybody explain the difference?

I know these are preseason numbers but I'm seeing lots of qb's finishing games with 1 or 2 incompletions. Hell Dennis Dixon was 3/3 in our game and 7/13 in the patriots game.

 

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Norv, effect on Weedan, not Chud

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Norv, effect on Weedan, not Chud

Could you explain further?

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Could you explain further?

 

Norv is the offensive coordinator not chud. That is your reason.

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