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Can Jimmy Clausen read a defense?

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After the Arizona game (and anytime Cam struggles) the pundits take to twitter about how his struggles are due to his "lack of understanding" or similar verbiage. Even a guy like RG3, who was hailed as not only super athletic, but a smart guy coming out of college had people question his intellect after ever bad play. However, I don't think there was a single inquiry into rather of not Pickles sucked because he just simply had no idea what was going on out there. Yeah, he has a noodle arm, and yeah, he was scurred, but did he ever go through his progressions? Did he ever audible to a better play? Did he ever look off a defender? Did anybody ever ask any of these questions?

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dude no one cared about pickles because he sucked, and wtf would I care about anything having to do with him at this point? 

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Does it matter if Pickles can read a defense? We have Cam now in case you missed it.

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Ahh the old alterior motive thread.

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i doubt he could. actually i doubt he did. he seems to be a one read wonder. unlike the scramblers, he'd throw it away if the one read was not found in fear pressure. this is why you don't throw a young qb in too early. Fox ruined him. it turned him into a final product David Carr!

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Don't worry, in the upcoming weeks you will soon hear the same about Bridgewater.

 

Next year it will be Winston and Hundley who "a times struggles to decipher complex defenses"  and "need to prove they can command a huddle" and "not rely too much on athletic abilities" and "prove they are gym rats."

 

lol I heard on ESPN Manizel was the "the hardest working QB in college football this season" and "have no doubts he is worthy of the number one overall pick." And no it was not Bayless who said this.

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