Triple-S wrote:SoulDawg74 wrote:SD:
Hey stoopid , at what point do you quit blaming receivers when the fuckin QB throws the ball at their feet.
When the receivers actually get some form of separation?
sure as shit didn't see a lot of that going on either.
Did you watch the last two games or did you just feel around on the screen while some other homer enunciated the play by play.
The receivers were open on the deep sideline routes Colt under threw them by five yards , the balls where blown back into the defenders forcing the receivers to stop and come back into defenders.
They looked like quails in an artic head wind , dying in mid flight frozen in space and cast to the winds of fate.
Now I know this is gonna bust your little fantasy about Colt so if you really can't handle it don't read anymore so JB don't have to sooth your little feathers assuring you I'm just an uncaring meanie.
It was evident in the last two games the Cold weather and wind adversely affected Colt , and in particular how he threw the ball.
Colt couldn't spin it , his little hands were affected by the cold and he looked like a 5 year old throwing his first adult football.
You doubt it look at Flacco and Rottenberger whose passes shredded the air in the same game in the same conditions unaffected by the conditions.
His passer rating in both games averaged less than 50% and his performance wasn't that good with a half dozen picks which should have been more.
Vs our too biggest division rivals who both had film on him , he was eviscerated.
It gives me no pleasure to say that , but that's the facts Jack.