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I saw some passing efficiency rankings online so I looked up the complete lists. It's only two games but he's doing pretty well. Chase Litton is off to a great start but he's only played one game, against Morgan (and Morgan) State.

53/35 1 int 498 yards 6 ids 178.6 (rating)

Efficiency: 14 (Chase Litton is #1)

TDs: 11 (tied with tons of others)

Yards: 29

Yards/Game: 32

Yards/Comp.: 7 (Chase Litton is #1)

Yards/Attempt: 11 (Chase Litton is #1)

 

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QF can be frustrating to watch. It seems like the "hard" throws are somehow easier for him than the "easy" ones. He'll throw a beautiful 40 yard pass in coverage and then follow it up with an under-thrown screen. Very strange, but we're lucky to have him.

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56 minutes ago, NAM37 said:

QF can be frustrating to watch. It seems like the "hard" throws are somehow easier for him than the "easy" ones. He'll throw a beautiful 40 yard pass in coverage and then follow it up with an under-thrown screen. Very strange, but we're lucky to have him.

The most logical thing I can figure out is that he knows that if he's throwing it 30-40 yards downfield he better get his feet set and really follow through.  On the shorter throws he tries to just flick it, and he's terrible at it.  Reminds me of Last Chance U when Coach Stephens is talking to J5, "Forget about trying to take something off of those short throws, just let 'er rip, it is the receivers job to catch it"  Or something like that.  He needs to make every throw the same way.  

I really think he was only in there in the 4th quarter because the coaches wanted him to make a couple of those throws.  When he wildly overthrew the WR on the WR screen on his last pass attempt, you could see the coaches all turn around in digust.

Can you imagine what this offense could look like if he could get these throws under control?

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13 minutes ago, Who'sYourData? said:

The most logical thing I can figure out is that he knows that if he's throwing it 30-40 yards downfield he better get his feet set and really follow through.  On the shorter throws he tries to just flick it, and he's terrible at it.  Reminds me of Last Chance U when Coach Stephens is talking to J5, "Forget about trying to take something off of those short throws, just let 'er rip, it is the receivers job to catch it"  Or something like that.  He needs to make every throw the same way.  

I really think he was only in there in the 4th quarter because the coaches wanted him to make a couple of those throws.  When he wildly overthrew the WR on the WR screen on his last pass attempt, you could see the coaches all turn around in digust.

Can you imagine what this offense could look like if he could get these throws under control?

It looks like he's just overthinking it. It reminds me of when I played baseball...as a pitcher it was easy to make a throw to the plate, but if you had to make it to first base all bets were off. 

 

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6 minutes ago, OcalaBull2 said:

It looks like he's just overthinking it. It reminds me of when I played baseball...as a pitcher it was easy to make a throw to the plate, but if you had to make it to first base all bets were off. 

 

I used to play ball with a guy at 3rd that his first throw to 1st was NEVER going to be an out and rarely even stayed on the field. No matter how many he took in warm ups. Of course after that first one it was like it was laser guided.

I agree, QF's "easy" throwing problems are mental.

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