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Always slightly late on throws he says. Doesn't know if he's not seeing or not trusting what he's seeing, thus making throws harder than they need to be.

Cam had the same issues of being slightly late causing a receiver to slow down.

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Darnold has the arm, he just has to trust what he sees.  Those late throws you can see he hesitates just a split second.  While they were completions, if he rips it as he sees it, those are huge plays.  Instead he sees it, thinks about it, then throws it.

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He did one that was REALLY good on Darnold's infamous "seeing ghosts" comment that does a great job of explaining what he and apparently most other QBs at all levels deal with and experience from time to time.

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13 minutes ago, rayzor said:

He did one that was REALLY good on Darnold's infamous "seeing ghosts" comment that does a great job of explaining what he and apparently moist other QBs at all levels deal with and experience from time to time.

Not a fan at all of moist QB’s.

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1 hour ago, rayzor said:

He did one that was REALLY good on Darnold's infamous "seeing ghosts" comment that does a great job of explaining what he and apparently most other QBs at all levels deal with and experience from time to time.

 

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BTW, some huddlers were crapping all over Darnold for "admitting he saw ghosts" and "No pro QB should ever admit that".

Those people are ignorant and don't know what that phrase means. 

Seeing ghosts just means he was seeing things that weren't there - as in he thought that he saw the Patriots doing one thing pre snap, and it was disguised as something else. 

That's all.

He wasn't scared. He wasn't afraid. The Pats and their league leading defense just confused one of the youngest starting QB's in the NFL. Talking heads and ignorant people ran with it.

 

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