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I think we know Kyle Allen’s main weakness

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That's every QBs weakness when they get pressure. It was bad but that's not on the QB to protect his blindside. 

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1 hour ago, Snake said:

That's every QBs weakness when they get pressure. It was bad but that's not on the QB to protect his blindside. 

I thought 2 of the 3 weren't from his blind side?

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2 hours ago, Varking said:

I thought 2 of the 3 weren't from his blind side?

They were 2 from behind and Watt one was kinda beside. That was just a big play from him. 

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10 hours ago, KaseKlosed said:

4 fumbles in 5 quarters cant be blamed on being a 2nd year QB. That's just bad football.  

Yep, dude needs to clean it up. 

Passing wise he looks solid, but ball security is leaving something to be desired. 

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10 hours ago, ZoneRead said:

He has small hands so he really needs to work on Ball security.

I don't know if that's true, and unfortunately since he wasn't invited to the Combine, I don't know if there's even a way to check it.

I do know I've seen worse. Daunte Culpepper was a quarterback confirmed to have small hands. It didn't require a strip sack for him to fumble. He'd sometimes just drop it.

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11 hours ago, ZoneRead said:

He has small hands so he really needs to work on Ball security.

9 3/4

Average hand size in the NFL. Far from small.

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Watch the highlights of all his passing plays in the pocket, most times he stares down the receivers he is going to throw the ball to. If I can pick up on that so will defenses. Makes me think interceptions are coming.

Don't play football myself let alone a QB position but is this a problem with inexperience in a game speed level at the pros that can be overcome?

I'm thinking more time in the pocket with better Oline play will help in that and anything else right now.

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On 9/30/2019 at 10:38 AM, Jeremy Igo said:

9 3/4

Average hand size in the NFL. Far from small.

Regardless he needs to work on ball security  like Cam needs to work on ball placement.

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