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5 minutes ago, SipDirtyBird84 said:

The question is who’s spot will he take. Dennard plays inside and Oliver has been playing good there since Raheem switched him. Curious to see what the coaching staff does.

I like how physical our entire secondary plays. Everyone out there will knock your head off.

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6 minutes ago, falcndave said:

Most recent data point = positive. That is the way it is with fans. 1 good week is more real than 3 bad weeks if it happened more recently. 

Sometimes

But often fans get an idea about a player and that is the reality for them... facts be ****ed.

That is why we still have idiots who think Ryan has a " noodle arm" and that he does not escape pressure.

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1 hour ago, falconsd56 said:

Sometimes

But often fans get an idea about a player and that is the reality for them... facts be ****ed.

That is why we still have idiots who think Ryan has a " noodle arm" and that he does not escape pressure.

I agree.

On a side note, Ryan's arm has always been the same. He never owned a cannon. He has always won with anticipation and is very quick from the moment of decision until the ball is released. Over the past decade we have seen countless passes spiraling toward the sideline even before Julio makes is fake jab step to the inside to start his out cuts. When Ryan is confident and on time, those look like crisp throws. When he recognizes late and waits until the receivers are into their breaks, passes with the exact same velocity look like balloons hanging there for the picking.  Same on deep balls, when he releases on time, the receivers catch the ball in stride. When he sees someone break open deep late in the play, the ball typically looks like its hanging as the receiver has to come back. In both cases the ball was probably thrown 45 to 50 yards and took the exact same amount of time to arrive.

With Ryan, it has always been and will always be more about "when" he throws than "how hard/far" he throws. 

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