[quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="DavenIII"][quote user="Morehead State"]
He panics in the pocket and throws into coverage in the face of a pass rush.</p>
It doesn't matter what system he's in. This is your "gunlinger".</p>
He doesn't panic I just don't see that AT ALL, he does throw into coverage...because he has a tremendous amount of confidence in his ability to get the ball to his receivers....does that cause a few more ints then someone like Kyle Orton or Sanchez or another game management type QB...sure...but it also results in plays like The Helmet Catch by David Tyree....you have to take that good with that bad....now last year...If you look at Eli's stats last year and make his 25 Ints 16 or 17.....it makes him look much better...and that would be a better representation of how he actually played because AT LEAST 8 or 9 of those int's last year were picture perfect placement and just ricocheted off our talented...yet young and inexperienced receivers hands, did he also throw into coverage and cause a few int's himself....of course....but you can't just ignore the plain fact that he made many good passes last year that ended up being int's.
see like i dont even want to give Moorehead that inch to say that sometimes he does, because he takes that and runs and exaggerates it and makes it seem like its much more common and an issue than it is
but sometimes Eli DOES get happy feet - but again thats because i am being hoenst about the situation
I don't give a **** about happy feet. Happy feet is overrated as a problem. He is NOT patient in the pocket. He's does not stand tall in the pocket like Brady. He chucks the ball very often too damn soon.</p>
Happy feet falls into not stepping into your throw.
Well i completely disagree with ur assessment. The fact that you take no consideration to what he was working wtih and a comfort level with his WRs really would make u this miserable over it. You need to really see the whole scenerio.
Guy had alot of **** to go through and still threw for 4k and 30 with his best completeion % of his career
I really just think ur being dramatic
The old, stupid, rookie mistakes Eli showed up last season. Lets hope he stays home this year.</p>
BTW, people must love to come to this thread, because its all Eli on TAGF.</p>[/quote]
HE def had his bad plays - but again i think ur being dramatic to the extent of worrying like u are