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  1. #16
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    I agree that Case has had a poor year but yikes recievers have dropped a lot of passes today

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    Is this thread an attempt to vent frustration lol
    I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    Youíre somewhat close but itís so much simpler than that.
    Darn! How did I not notice that!

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    Two draft picks and superbowl winner and one a 1 year wonder?
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    I doubt Chubb is high on their radar.

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    Hand size is the difference

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    I donít recall Vick having large hands and that wasnít the flaw that prevented him from being a better quarterback.
    Negs are Cowardly Acts of Nonsense. I wonít Back Down.

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    Obviously hand size is very important for a QB but not the all indicator of a good QB. After all, Paxton Lynch has a 10 1/4"

    How about a quick comparison of some other QBs that are doing well.

    Case Keenum hand size is 9 1/8"
    Patrick Mahomes is 9 1/4"
    Jared Goff is 9"

    Edit: even Tony Romo did well with just over 8 7/8" had size.
    Last edited by Rastic; 12-30-2018 at 07:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    Obviously hand size is very important for a QB but not the all indicator of a good QB. After all, Paxton Lynch has a 10 1/4
    How about a quick comparison of some other QBs that are doing well.

    Case Keenum hand size is 9 1/8"
    Patrick Mahomes is 9 1/4"
    Jared Goff is 9"

    Edit: even Tony Romo did well with just over 8 7/8" had size.
    Heís talking about playing the odds. Small hands are a big negative

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    Obviously hand size is very important for a QB but not the all indicator of a good QB. After all, Paxton Lynch has a 10 1/4"

    How about a quick comparison of some other QBs that are doing well.

    Case Keenum hand size is 9 1/8"
    Patrick Mahomes is 9 1/4"
    Jared Goff is 9"

    Edit: even Tony Romo did well with just over 8 7/8" had size.
    Probably more of a mixture of the small hands, short height, weak arm, and no speed. There is literally nothing he does well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncos-R-Great View Post
    Probably more of a mixture of the small hands, short height, weak arm, and no speed. There is literally nothing he does well
    I think Keenum is decent at avoiding the rush. Good thing considering our awful pass protection.

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    Length / Span?

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    Here's an interesting article for this thread.


    https://247sports.com/Article/Alabam...ees-113555187/

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98-O-Line View Post
    He’s talking about playing the odds. Small hands are a big negative
    I think I read that 9 1/2" is considered big. A .375" isn't enough to lable a guy a bust, especially when there are many others that have and do pay well in the shorter side.

    Kennum's problems isn't handling the ball. It's when it leaves his hands.

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    small hands

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    Just look at the picture above and then ask yourselves why Elway didnít consider this and why even Kubiak didnít consider it a second time around.

    It may not seem like a big deal but in NFL football it is a big deal and a huge dis advantage when having to grip the ball and accurately fit it into tight windows with under 1.5 seconds to throw!
    Iím not seeing a big difference in their hand sizes, but even if there is, how would you explain Keenumís year with the Vikes? If small hands was an issue with him it would have been a persistent problem throughout his career.


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