Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by LaserDeathHawk, Sep 20, 2009.
I'm worried about his right arm.
I saw better throws at the pee wee flag football game early Saturday morning.
It's the coaching, it you're typical, one-read, half the field offense.
Not sure if Cody is unable or unwilling to go past one read.
I do know that he usually doesn't have the time to make it past one read.
He also doesn't or can't step up in the pocket and the roll him out to create passing lanes which limits him to half the field.
Left-side visor adjustment?
The announcers said he would be a very good coach someday...
I've heard other people say this on the message boards, too. Is everyone forgetting who his coaching mentor is? :wow:
This has a big part in the locking onto certain receivers as he's been prone to do for the 3 years he's QB'd for us. He probably makes a lot more reads in practice because the pressure's not in his face. Not making any excuses, I just think that the nearly constant pressure on him in games has made him jumpy -- which is very clear from watching his footwork.
Pressure's a lot of it. I think it was Buffnik that did the analysis elsewhere on this board, but the sacks per game has gone up every year. The more he gets hit, the happier his feet get. The happier his feet get, the more he locks onto his first target. He also tries to roll out and often rolls himself into pressure when he could step up in the pocket or run. I think the clock in his head is set so short, that a lot of time, whether there's pressure or not, he goes to plan b very early because that's what he's used to doing.
what are you talking about... whats wrong with his eye
im doing homework and have been up since 4 ... **** off if im oblivious right now my brain is fried
you do love to set them up don't you? Why is your brain fried? :wink2:
Because it's close to his cheek?
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