QB School: Matt Stafford vs Seahawks

I really like JTs vidoes. I thought this one gives people a feel for the next opponent and how the Rams attacked them on some plays.

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Staff is on Season 2 of the Netflix Quarterback series.

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Of course, they are prepping him for TV after retirement.

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Started with the teeth

Matty has the gun show going on in that thumbnail.

He looks like he’s taking better care of his body in his elder years.

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Kelly THREW all of the salty snacks away!!! :laughing:

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Boy can he throw balls into tight windows. Goff definitely has a more “catchable” ball though. Also good to see that Seattle’s pass rush doesn’t look too intimidating and that their secondary was allowing guys to get open.

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Discounting last year, it’s also his second year in McVay’s system, really. From what I saw, he looked a lot more comfortable and in command. It’ll be interesting to see what they do this year. My guess is it’s the last hurrah for Stafford and Donald as Rams.

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It’s game one. I’m expecting Seattle to get a lot of that cleaned up and look like a different team when they play us.

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I remember years ago, an in game color announcer equating Stafford’s passing ability to that of throwing footballs through a port window of a ship. Small circles of consistent accuracy. I always thought that was true.

Stafford was great in this game. Made some unbelievable throws.

Interestingly Seattle has lost 7 of their last 10 games. Not sure what’s going on with them.

Geno Smith is what’s going on with them.

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JT is great. Refer to his vids all the time. If you get a chance, take a look at Steve Smith’s analysis vids as well. Cool to get both a QB (QB School) and a WR (Steve Smith Sr.-Cut to IT) POV.

Side note: did you guys see Aaron Donald in that game? I don’t blame Geno one bit for throwing that one INT. AD was a step from turning him into roadkill.

That is a strange article. Its like he wrote it before doing the research and then inserted the real stats after the fact. And even when the stats didn’t support what he wrote, he didn’t change it. :rofl: