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    Carrying the ball too low! He does have a quick release, but it could be faster and more accurate if he carries at least closer to the shelf.
    It also makes it easier to break on his throws.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 24zone View Post
    Carrying the ball too low! He does have a quick release, but it could be faster and more accurate if he carries at least closer to the shelf.
    It also makes it easier to break on his throws.
    I think he carries it about the same as Elway.


    This could be one of the adjustments that he made during the offseason

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    Quote Originally Posted by 24zone View Post
    Carrying the ball too low! He does have a quick release, but it could be faster and more accurate if he carries at least closer to the shelf.
    It also makes it easier to break on his throws.
    There's a tradeoff here, carrying the ball lower actually makes it easier to secure w/blind side hits. Jay had some problems with fumbles last year and wasn't able to secure the ball a lot of times. While I agree that delivery wise it's better to carry it higher (chest/R-shoulder lvl) I also want to see him improve on the # of fumbles he had last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 24zone View Post
    Carrying the ball too low! He does have a quick release, but it could be faster and more accurate if he carries at least closer to the shelf.
    It also makes it easier to break on his throws.
    Overanalyze much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by !ceman View Post
    Jay had some problems with fumbles last year and wasn't able to secure the ball a lot of times. While I agree that delivery wise it's better to carry it higher (chest/R-shoulder lvl) I also want to see him improve on the # of fumbles he had last year.

    The majority of those fumbles were QB/center exchanges. Where he carries the ball will have no bearing upon those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean View Post
    The majority of those fumbles were QB/center exchanges. Where he carries the ball will have no bearing upon those.
    I agree.

    He just needs to remind himself that he's still a hetero and get down and dirty with Nalen's undercarriage......
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    Quote Originally Posted by DancingHorsey View Post
    Overanalyze much?
    Its the little things that sometimes matter most with a job like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam24 View Post
    Its the little things that sometimes matter most with a job like this.
    Umm...no it's the big things that matter most, like making proper reads, avoiding pressure, throwing accurately, and making good decisions with the ball (throwing it away when necessary and such). Whether or not he holds the ball six inches higher or lower really isn't that important by comparison.

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    I don't understand why we need to worry about this now. The best thing to do is ask Kaylore if he has noticed any changes in how he holds the ball.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DancingHorsey View Post
    Overanalyze much?
    Wow guess some people don't like Monday morning Quarterbacks!!!! Lets just see how it plays in a few games before we break down where he is holding the football!!!
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    broncos greatest football team in the world

    im stuck in charger choker land go broncos

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    broncos greatest football team in the world

    chokers chefs and faiders are losers go broncos.

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    If anyone wants to know where a QB should hold the ball while making a decision, all you gotta do is watch manning. That guy puts on a camp at the QB position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maesernie@yahoo View Post
    chokers chefs and faiders are losers go broncos.
    Hey smart guy... if you wanna talk smack, theres a forum for that.
    "Chillez was right Brock is best champ in the UFC, I Jump on Mir bandwagon and he got crushed."

    Chillez won the sig bet. Congrats. Up next for brock? Fedor... stay tuned.

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    We have some excellent coaches on this team. If there is a problem with how he holds the ball, they will take care of it. I doubt they just let him do stuff wrong for no reason. Some people just have a different style that works for them and that they have done forever. It can be very hard to change and can really mess up his timing, accuracy, power, etc...

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