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An apparent strength

One strength seems to be knowing the play and throwing to a receiver without hesitation. I don't know how a defense can change any plans for that particular strength. It is what quarterbacks are supposed to do. They have to recognize a receiver who is even just a little bit open or getting open and get the ball to where it and the receiver are supposed to be for a completion. The previous quarterback didn't show he was capable of that very often. I think it is an innate ability and in this game Noyer was able to do it. How many times over the past few years did you hear yourself say "throw it" and the quarterback wouldn't throw it. He then ended up running around as if the play was broken. In reality he didn't have the quarterback "it" factor to throw the ball without second guessing himself during the play.
Hopefully Noyer can keep it up.

(In response to this post by The Midnight Toker)

Posted: 11/08/2020 at 1:05PM


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