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Advanced Quarterback Play


An excerpt from NFL offseason rules are brutal for QB development by Matt Bowen With only six total hours allowed at the facility on OTA days — which includes lifting, meetings and practice — time constraints are a legitimate concern. It’s not enough, and the coaches I’ve talked to agree. They want more time with every rookie. And quarterbacks

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The PLIGHT of Quarterback and the widespread use of spread offenses

An excerpt from The Puzzling Plummet of RGIII by Jason Reid Mike Shanahan had a point. Unlike Luck, who mostly played under center in a pro-style system in college, Griffin worked in a spread offense — a shotgun approach that is less taxing on a quarterback than a traditional NFL offense. Luck was considered to be far more NFL-ready

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