Originally Posted by NIBGoldenchild
He reads defenses. They don't run the option nearly as much as you think. Watch more than highlights. He goes through his progressions. He doesn't lock onto receivers. This falsehood that he can't read defenses is based off people stereotyping running quarterbacks and not watching his games.
I've been watching his games. I don't just watch highlights. If I'm wrong, tell me why Shannahan runs a college offense for him? You can deny it all you want, but it's a known fact. Shannahan has admitted he needs to tone it down because RG3 takes too many shots, and here we are.
"I just kind of stopped in the middle of a route, which is the worst thing you can do," Ogletree said. "He just told me, 'What were you thinking?' I kind of mumbled something to him and he was like, 'You're stupid.' "
"If we can get the running game going early, that'll open up the passing game for Troy." - Jerry Jones, 11/12/12