Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by WoodysGirl, Oct 11, 2021.
First! Yeah it was awesome.
Initially I thought Dak overshot him but Lamb staying clear of the DB made it on target. Just like they drew it up in the dirt.
83 yards in the air?
Remember when Wentz would get the "he couldn't have walked up and handed the ball to the WR better than that throw" praise, and some "fans" would say "Dak could NEVER throw a deep ball like that"?
Pepperidge Farm remembers.
Just can’t say you’re wrong. It’s ok
Rayne had that fumble that cost 6 points and should have had 3 picks......and you know it. Admit it
Your fixation on air yards proves you have zero concept of what makes a QB elite. Apparently you evaluate QBs by playing Madden.
Lol. We’re 4-1. Keep it up.
This throw was amazing. But Dak’s throw to Wilson may have been his best throw ever. Period. That throw and catch was absolutely perfection.
Glad I watch other football games because every QB in the league has “would be” picks.
Forgot about the Wilson one.
So that is at least 3 "perfect passes", one to Wilson, one to Coop and one to Lamb, this season.
that was a perfectly thrown pass. he didn't even have to make any moves, slow down, stretch or anything. just put your hands out and craddle the ball. he never slowed down...
Didn't Wentz lead the league in "should have been picked" passes last year?
Tell me you are a hater without telling me you are a hater.
I don't use that term so it's a moot point
Great route and pass.
Are you seriously counting INTs that never happened?
He made a mistake on the fumble, and had at least one ball that should have been picked, although it could also be argued the one that was picked shouldn't have been - that it was a fluke.
But you can't just keep dismissing everything Dak accomplishes as luck. That's both irrational and laughable. Every QB throws balls that "could" be picked off that aren't, not just Dak. The measure is the overall results, and if they are consistently good your belief that it's all luck becomes a joke.
I thought the same thing but applauded when I saw that Lamb never made the mistake of looking back and putting his hands out .. thus robbing himself of momentum and speed. He took a quick look up.. located the ball and put his head down to dig and run under it. Remember the play earlier in the game when Jones overshot Toney on a similar route but Toney put his hands up and ran about 3-4 steps that way and the ball went about a foot beyond him. If he just runs through the ball falls into the basket and he gets to see if he can outrun AB to the end zone. Which would have been fun since both are 4.3 guys..