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Peyton Manning and his accuracy issues, should Broncos be concerned?

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Peyton sux

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Someone can't hold their pisswater beers :)

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Tee, I just have to say . . that was diabolical

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Someone doesn't get it. :(

I get it, I just think its a moronic attempt to cover up one of Cam's legit deficiencies.

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cam is 13-15 as a starter.compared to peytons record as a starter which im sure is way better.comparing cam to peyton is just insane.once cam has had a winning season as a starter then we can over look his over throws and so on.it is what it is.fact is look at peytons stats after the game.he can afford to do stuff like that.

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Comparing Cam's accuracy to Peyton's isn't even fair.

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I hope Shula was taking notes. Manning was dinking and dunking early in the game which set up longer passing plays.

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Bunch of fuging beta-males in this fan base. Sound like teenage girls all lined up to lust after the 'cute boy' in school. Kiss your Peyton posters and STFU. Smells like Summer's Eve in this thread.

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I get it, I just think its a moronic attempt to cover up one of Cam's legit deficiencies.

Yeah. Except it isn't a deficiency. It is being a QB. Only some of our fans have him under so much of a microscope that every bad throw is about "his lack of accuracy".

It is BS. I am.not saying Can is goat and perfect and has nothing to work on.

But whenever I see people post about his accuracy they talk about a handful of plays in each game.

All I proved is that it happens to all QBs even the great ones, and there is no real evidence that Cam is abnormally inaccurate when compared with the rest of the QBs in the NFL

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cam is 13-15 as a starter.compared to peytons record as a starter which im sure is way better.comparing cam to peyton is just insane.once cam has had a winning season as a starter then we can over look his over throws and so on.it is what it is.fact is look at peytons stats after the game.he can afford to do stuff like that.

Wait. So now we judge accuracy by wins and losses?

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It's usually a handful of plays in a game that decides the outcome.

Perfect example is Cam's throw to seal the loss against Seattle last season. An accurate throw would have likely won the game.

However, looking just at completion percentage paints a broader picture. Cam is under 60% for his career.

If he wants respect as a passer he's going to have to get above 60% and justly so.

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It's usually a handful of plays in a game that decides the outcome.

Perfect example is Cam's throw to seal the loss against Seattle last season. An accurate throw would have likely won the game.

However, looking just at completion percentage paints a broader picture. Cam is under 60% for his career.

If he wants respect as a passer he's going to have to get above 60% and justly so.

That has more to do with decision making and the throws he has been asked to make more than anything to do with accuracy.

Alex Smith got replaced despite his 70% completion percentage. Completion % is not the best measuring stick for accuracy.

As a matter of fact Cam was more accurate in throws down field than his counterparts and made more of those throws than his counterparts (+20 yards)

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