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#1 papasmurfbell


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Posted 19 May 2018 - 09:59 AM




3. Letting bad habits go unchecked:

With Jackson, nobody is worried about there being enough talent. Jackson has talent on top of talent. The problem with Jackson is that he is the least pro-ready quarterback that was drafted in the 1st round of the 2018 draft. From a technique standpoint he has an awful lot to work on. His footwork needs improvement during his drop back and his mechanics need tuning up. Jackson’s ceiling is a skyscraper but his floor is a cave. Part of grooming the heir apparent of Flacco is taking bad habits out of Jackson’s game.

Flacco never went away from his bad habits. He’s always tried to get away with back footed throws and he has always thrown way too many interceptions to linebackers in the middle of the field. If the Ravens had chipped away at Flacco’s bad habits and they did this early, they may not have had the same urgency to get Jackson in the 2018 NFL Draft. Jackson has to start doing the right things early on in his career. He needs to learn how it’s done in the NFL and he needs to practice it so much that it becomes routine. When Jackson hits the field he needs to be ready for it.



They let Joe be lazy all the time and it shows in his game.  They will let Jackson be lazy mechanically also. 

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