Film breakdown of ASU game

  • #5502

    Ute Fan

    Check it out. Let me know what you think.

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  • #5507


    Great breakdown!
    On that first TD you also forgot to mention how Wilson took #58 out of the play as well. He was playing center field and just sort of rushed into the scrum which again left that huge lane for Booker to run into.

  • #5509

    Ute Fan

    Great stuff! Thanks for the effort.

  • #5512

    Ute Fan

    Good work, I like this kind of stuff!

  • #5535

    Puget Ute
    Ute Fan

    That is a good breakdown, thanks!

    One thing that struck me as I watched Travis over the last few years, and also as I watched the Seahawks $#!+ the bed, is how efficient Travis’ quick release can be. That super quick motion can be so fast that the ball is already thrown by the time the Defender sees where it will go. That is a huge advantage, and we see how well he uses it as a dagger.

    On the game-winning drive vs the Seahawks, Cam Newton used almost the identical short-arm throwing motion on his quick, pinpoint passes into tight coverage and was able to come from behind to get a win for his Carolina StarLotuleleis.

    • #5536

      Puget Ute
      Ute Fan

      Travis’ quick release also makes his quick pump all the more deadly, because his actual throwing motion for short-to-mid-range passes does not require a huge windup.

  • #5537

    Ute Fan

    Awesome job. Thanks!


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