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Rewatch his throw and then watch some of the throws Carson Palmer made sunday night. There is a clear difference. Ryan has to get a lot of air underneath his throws and throw it at a 45 degree angle to compensate for his inability to put force and velocity in his deep balls. Someone like Palmer is able to actually zing it in there.

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2015112209/2015/REG11/bengals@cardinals#menu=gameinfo%7CcontentId%3A0ap3000000586186&tab=recap

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Rewatch his throw and then watch some of the throws Carson Palmer made sunday night. There is a clear difference. Ryan has to get a lot of air underneath his throws and throw it at a 45 degree angle to compensate for his inability to put force and velocity in his deep balls. Someone like Palmer is able to actually zing it in there.

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2015112209/2015/REG11/bengals@cardinals#menu=gameinfo%7CcontentId%3A0ap3000000586186&tab=recap

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lol

Yep. What was i doing trying to bring something like physics here, when most members don't have an elementary understanding of logic. Silly me.

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idk if you're being sarcastic or not. I was just laughing at "zing it in there".

He's able to put a lot of force into the throw which translates into greater velocity for the throw even if the object in motion has to travel a greater distance.

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#noodlearm. Couldn't even launch it to the end zone against Indy. That was a standard NFL QB throw...

I'm a Ryan fan, btw. It's just the truth. He's a helluva good game manager that has great 4th qtr skills.

BUT YOU CAN COUNT ON RYAN MAKING AT LEAST TWO HEAD SCRATCHING THROWS IN EVERY SINGLE GAME. THEY WILL EITHER COST US THE GAME OR WE FIND SOME WAY TO SURVIVE THEM.

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Rewatch his throw and then watch some of the throws Carson Palmer made sunday night. There is a clear difference. Ryan has to get a lot of air underneath his throws and throw it at a 45 degree angle to compensate for his inability to put force and velocity in his deep balls. Someone like Palmer is able to actually zing it in there.

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2015112209/2015/REG11/bengals@cardinals#menu=gameinfo%7CcontentId%3A0ap3000000586186&tab=recap

Another thing is the footwork. Carson's footwork is clean every throw. Matt's has been shaky most of his career, but it has been downright terrible most of this year.

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Notice how much better the protection is at that time. He had almost 5 full slow count seconds before he launched the ball. In fact in all of those, he got rid of the ball before 3 seconds but his protection said he had 5 seconds. Also except for that throw to Roddy, look how open his receivers are.... I rarely see his receivers that open anymore.

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Rewatch his throw and then watch some of the throws Carson Palmer made sunday night. There is a clear difference. Ryan has to get a lot of air underneath his throws and throw it at a 45 degree angle to compensate for his inability to put force and velocity in his deep balls. Someone like Palmer is able to actually zing it in there.

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2015112209/2015/REG11/bengals@cardinals#menu=gameinfo%7CcontentId%3A0ap3000000586186&tab=recap

I love how this narrative changes depending on what qb is doing well each season. Nobody on this board has mentioned Palmer ever until this season.

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I love how this narrative changes depending on what qb is doing well each season. Nobody on this board has mentioned Palmer ever until this season.

I'm using Palmer as an example. But since you're picking at the name presented instead of the argument presented, here's an example of Aaron Rodgers:

http://www.packers.com/media-center/videos/Aaron-Rodgers-hits-Jordy-Nelson-deep-on-66-yard-TD/0c40e2eb-10a2-4ce2-be6c-685af1cb8c6e

Now do you want to focus on the argument i presented or do you want to shift the subject to something else irrelevant?

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So does that mean he needs a better QB coach or QB guru that is OCD about mechanics?

I think so. I've said every chance we had an opportunity to get him one in the offseason. LaFleur looks like a hire to help Matt understand the offense, not help develop Matt.

Most of the top QBs in the league have had a quality QB coach or "QB guru" OC. Matt hasn't. Flacco looked amazing with Kubiak. Then he was gone. Same with Carson Palmer with Arians now. Not everybody is Aaron Rodgers.

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Rewatch his throw and then watch some of the throws Carson Palmer made sunday night. There is a clear difference. Ryan has to get a lot of air underneath his throws and throw it at a 45 degree angle to compensate for his inability to put force and velocity in his deep balls. Someone like Palmer is able to actually zing it in there.

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2015112209/2015/REG11/bengals@cardinals#menu=gameinfo%7CcontentId%3A0ap3000000586186&tab=recap

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