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  • Which pastor do you trust more Lamar can.

  • Right now, we'll be Lamar Jackson.

  • And here's the reason why, because of how elusive and electrifying he is is a runner and how that forces the secondary to be compromised because opposing defense and sometimes after, have not one but two spies on this guy.

  • Because if this phenomenal running ability that leaves MAWR receivers open and by the way, he doesn't throw a lot of interceptions.

  • Last year's first four years of started he had 36 touchdowns, just six interceptions.

  • This year, even though he's only completed 62% of his passes with 12 touchdowns, he only has four interceptions.

  • And so when you look at it from that perspective, he does.

  • He's not really turning the ball over in terms of interceptions, and I think a big reason for that is that people don't just drop back in the secondary and defend those receivers.

  • They got to stay at home and watch him because once he takes off running, he's better than most running backs for crying out loud and they've got to be very, very leery of that.

  • As a result, it really compromises the opposing team secondary leaves receivers open, which means that if he can throw the ball with any kind of degree of accuracy, more often than not, he's gonna be fine in that regard.

  • Cam Newton is completed.

  • About 68% of his passes got seven interceptions.

  • But I just looking.

  • Lamar Jackson is being such an elected, electrifying threat running with the football.

  • I think secondaries a compromise, and as a result, it makes it easier for him to find receivers than it does for Cam Newton.

  • At this point in time in his career, I trust Cam more and and on the on the surface, I think you're right, Stephen A.

  • But I think if you look deeper, look marquees Brown and Willie Snead.

  • Or, you know, all the Ravens receivers are underperforming, right?

  • The whole court, the whole group is underperforming.

  • Do you know what Cam Newton would do for those kind of receivers?

  • Doesn't have a You know, we're talking about isolating quarterback play here.

  • Remember when I kept saying under North Turner a couple years ago in Carolina, Cam was having his best season?

  • Maybe including his MVP season until he got hurt, certainly is a passer.

  • He was completing 68.

  • He completed 68% of his passes that year.

  • And when you say wait a minute, Cam Newton's completing 68% of his passes.

  • That could be a problem because of the way he can run and how big and strong he is and how we can lead a group.

  • Um, he had continuity in Carolina, no receivers to speak of.

  • This is before they had a running game, right?

  • He was the running game, and their best receiver was a tight end by far.

  • And that guy was old back then.

  • Greg Olsen, but he still was completing 68% of his passes.

  • Then he gets hurt.

  • And the whole time I'm going, people forgot about Cam.

  • He was showing you with an offensive coordinator who knew how to use him.

  • Uh, you know, he could actually produce from the pocket, not just run and pick up plays, pick up yards with his legs.

  • But then he got hurt.

  • He didn't really have a chance to show anyone, and then boom, just like that, he's ice cold.

  • No one wants him.

  • Belichick, of course, scoops him up in a discount know what percentages passes Camp is completing this year.

  • Stephen A 6 68% of his passes, and he's doing it.

  • He's doing it without continuity, right?

  • At least in Carolina, he had continuity.

  • No continuity.

  • Doesn't know the system just walked into it.

  • Didn't have a normal pre season.

  • Got Cove it team facility shut down.

  • Can't practice for weeks on end.

  • The same receiving corps that people lamented Brady has no weapons is depleted of whatever was there and is worse even than when Brady was there.

  • What is in camp doesn't have a defense, don't have anything.

  • He's completing 68% of his passes now.

  • Maybe one of the reasons the Ravens receiving corps is underachieving a little bit because Lamar Jackson is underachieving by his admittedly very high standards so far.

  • But if you contextualized the fact that Lamar has had continuity designed in a fence around, he's familiar with the coaching staff and players.

  • He has more weapons on offense, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.

  • I think you have to say, actually, Cam, if you just try to isolate quarterback play right now, is actually the more accurate passer.

  • One of the many things this guy doesn't get credit for it the moment maybe you've missed.

  • Maybe you because the patriots air so horrible.

  • Uh, this year, because of the whole bunch of folks that didn't show up because of covert and then obviously practice facilities being closed camp, coming down with over 19, all of this stuff on Gilmour's.

  • Well, well, so maybe you've elected not to watch them.

  • You know, I've watched him a few times and I see a lot of dipping.

  • And Duncan, I see a whole lot of dipping and Duncan on the part of Cam Newton.

  • I've seen him miss it when he's tried to air it out.

  • I see him throwing, ah, lot of short yardage passes and guys making plays after the catch in terms of, you know, moving the chains and gaining some yards.

  • I don't see a lot of downfield.

  • I don't see a lot of downfield passing on the part of Cam Newton, so you can point to that accuracy and, you know, on its face year, you know, 68%.

  • You can't ignore that, but I don't see the guy throwing a lot of passes downfield like that.

  • I really don't.

  • That's not what I do.

  • Maybe I don't.

  • Of course you're right.

  • No, no, you're right, Stephen.

  • A.

  • It's more than in the past.

  • I've seen a merit out.

  • Sometimes this, especially earlier on before he got Koven.

  • I don't think that that's, you know, coincidental, but they're working around on this disease like who does he have?

  • Who does he have out to get down the field?

  • I agree with this is not the way the Patriots are built.

  • I'm not questioning.

  • I'm not questioning the weapons you have.

  • I I totally get where you're coming from.

  • He doesn't have the weapons.

  • I understand.

  • I'm not blaming him for it.

  • I'm just saying when we say 68% let's not act like he's flinging the ball 15, 20 yards down the field with consistency or whatever.

  • That's not what he's doing.

  • He's done.

  • He's dropping it off.

  • And Gaza, you know, screen passes and things.

  • That that said, that counts is the past, not as a run, and it's a I've seen Cam to throw the ball to yards.

  • I've seen it until all I'm saying is when I look at 68% I think that's a deceptive statistic this year when it comes to Cam Newton, not when he was in Carolina of the North Turner, But this year I think it's a bit deceptive.

  • Let me ask you this.

  • If Cam Newton's your quarterback and you have receivers with some speed, do you feel comfortable taking some shots down the field?

  • Yes, why not?

  • Me, too?

  • And that's the point when you're looking for a quarterback, Lamar, Like what we've seen from Cam.

  • What we've seen from camp in those, however many games it was when he was completing 68% of his passes with North.

  • Turner is his offensive coordinator and now in New England, completing 68% of his passes.

  • You put those two seasons together.

  • Those partial seasons were over a full season.

  • The guy is capable, yes, and you have to shorten up the passing game.

  • That's usually the case when the percentages job the guy is capable of completing nearly 70% of his passes.

  • He also has a really big arm.

  • He's big and strong and fast.

  • What do you want?

  • It is not a question of his capabilities.

  • The question is, who do you trust more and I'm saying right now at this particular moment in time, but what we're seeing from the two I trust Lamar Jackson more than I trust Cam Newton E.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/12
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