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Yea Teddy has missed wide open DJ numerous times almost every game. Good thing DJ doesn’t seem to have any diva qualities. I’m guessing it’s just a matter of no time in the offseason to build chemistry and trust. Teddy seems to rarely look at DJ

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He looked locked in on Robbie on several occasions. 

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To be fair, he certainly missed the one in the lower image, but we don't get a complete picture in the other. Depending upon where he was, his sight may have been obstructed. In any event, I'm fairly certain that QBs miss a handful each game. It gets rough back there sometimes.

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The safety did a good job at disguising the blitz here. Teddy immediately went to the right side of the field once the ball was snapped where his first progression was. Once he did that he had to commit to Robby or take the sack. 
 

I’m sure he kicked himself on the sideline after seeing it again

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The first image isn’t accurate, the ball is in the air, look at the safety and linebacker closest to DJ they are sprinting away from DJ.  That ball is in flight.

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Ball is already in the air for the first one.  Teddy didn't recognize the blitzer pre-snap and first read was to the other side of the field in the second.

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Reminds me of Samuel last year. Dude was open constantly and Allen could never find him.

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Things like this happen a few times a game for every team. The very best QBs in the league miss seeing open WRs from time to time.

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54 minutes ago, Untouchable said:

Ball is already in the air for the first one.  Teddy didn't recognize the blitzer pre-snap and first read was to the other side of the field in the second.

The FS is also in a full sprint to cover him. Still a window to hit the throw but not nearly as wide open as the still image would have you believe.

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These frankly look like straight broken coverages. No deep man for an entire half of the field for a zone look while three falcons cover a small area in the center in both. Teddy may have made the right reads at the outset until the falcon’s defender did something inexplicable.

Either way, this is fixable in the film room. From everything we’ve heard Matt Rhule say about Teddy’s football knowledge and appreciation of film, I’m optimistic this improves as offensive chemistry continues to build.

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2 hours ago, WarHeel said:

He looked locked in on Robbie on several occasions. 

This is a bit of a concern.  Of course, if they start focusing on Anderson, it is nice to have 2 other options.

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1 hour ago, TheCasillas said:

The first image isn’t accurate, the ball is in the air, look at the safety and linebacker closest to DJ they are sprinting away from DJ.  That ball is in flight.

The first still is the play in which Teddy made his tightest window throw

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