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9 minutes ago, TheRumGone said:

He makes stupid throws outside of the pocket a LOT. That’s what we’re hoping he fixes up with coaching.

All QBs make bad throws under duress. 

I've seen him make plenty of amazing throws outside of the pocket. Certainly enough to know it is not his tendency to be inaccurate.  Quite the opposite actually.  

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8 minutes ago, TheRumGone said:

He makes stupid throws outside of the pocket a LOT. That’s what we’re hoping he fixes up with coaching.

they were desperation throws with no help and crap coaching. i'd just be glad he was trying to make something happen rather than pickles who just threw it into the stands anytime things broke down and his happy feet had nowhere to go.

but yeah...coaching, a better OL, and better receivers + CMC will make his job a lot easier/less of a disaster.

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7 minutes ago, rayzor said:

it was on his shoulders alone moreso than it should have been and that coaching staff really handcuffed and handicapped him a lot. i mean they were worse than shula. 

It's like they expected him to be Mahommes without a Hill, Kelce, offensive line or a real nfl head coach. Instead he had Crowder, Herndon, did get a stud in Becton but everyone else was below average and Adam Gase.

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Did they just flex Zach Wilson's college stats at a mid tier program to somehow underscore Sam Darnold's NFL statistics with the Jets?

"He's Carolina's problem now."

Uh huh...  Alright then.  Lets revisit this comparison after, oh I dont know? Say, Week 1?

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56 minutes ago, L-TownCat said:

Did they just flex Zach Wilson's college stats at a mid tier program to somehow underscore Sam Darnold's NFL statistics with the Jets?

"He's Carolina's problem now."

Uh huh...  Alright then.  Lets revisit this comparison after, oh I dont know? Say, Week 1?

Im ready for Wilson to fall on his face, or get put there by our pass rush.

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