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Can we talk about Cam’s ‘escape ability’


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Everyone wants to talk about Cam’s shoulder / zip / velocity

 

 What about Cam’s ability to shake defenders? In years past he’d scramble in the pocket to get that extra couple of seconds to get a pass off. I’m just not seeing that anymore, any hint of pressure in the backfield and he’s down.

 

 That ability and his scrambling ability made him a legitimate dual threat, it was what made Cam the QB the world knew

 

 look at the gif here, he looked bigger/stronger where now he looks a bit leaner

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he definitely looks leaner, but i wouldn't be surprised if that was an intentional choice. 

it's just difficult for someone that size to keep that mass on and not have a bunch of nagging injuries. Zion Williamson is an obvious example of this. Roethlisberger is a different example of this because he stayed by just getting fat. 

I doubt it's effected his arm strength though as that is more structural than a question of mass moving mass. 

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