Thread: Ponder Sports Science
Nothing is absolute my friend. Being a military man you out of anyone should know that.have you never seen a guy who could punch paper all day with proficiency but when put in a combat situation falls apart?
There is a pattern of play that has produced sub par performance from him and there are enough documented plays where guys were open and not targeted or open and targeted but missed to demonstrate that targets alone were not his problem.
07-13-2013, 09:57 AM #12
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That happens when you don't have confidence in yourself or the receiver. You decide to throw it lightly so you don't screw it up, and you end up messing with the mechanics and screwing everything up. That happens in all types of sports. Golfing for example, If anybody here is a golfer, it's usually a better idea to hit a full swing shorter Iron than to try and hit a 3/4 swing longer iron. Hockey, Basketball, any type of sport this happens.
07-15-2013, 09:35 AM #13
You see the article out there this weekend?
What jumps off the page isnít so much that Harvin was on the field so consistently Ė never less than 60 percent of his teamís plays in any game Ė but how much Jenkins and, to a lesser extent, fellow former Viking Devin Aromashodu were. While Aromashoduís reception numbers (11 catches) didnít reflect well on the amount of time he was on the field, it does point to plays that rookie Cordarrelle Patterson can be on the field in 2013 Ö and you can bet he will get more than 11 catches if heís on the field 40 percent of the time. Jenkinsí numbers should easily be matched or surpassed by Greg Jennings. Given the number of plays Simpson was on the field when healthy, his role in the offense is set.
11 catches......He sure must have been open alot.Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
07-15-2013, 09:41 AM #14
First ever INT by a 49rs QB in a SB was a over throw....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXaYE3NIwZMMany many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
07-15-2013, 11:06 AM #15
The focus seems to be significantly higher on the passing game this year (although still a secondary focus), if it doesn't improve, then Ponder support from the team will start to wane.