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Old 02-15-2020, 07:12 PM
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Did you read the article about Mahomes and what his dad taught him? It’s about the next pitch. Major-league pitcher must have a short memory in order to pitch to the next guy. The same is true for an NFL quarterback who needs to go throw the next pass.

The ability to leave bad plays behind you and not dwell on great play that you make is the most important quality of a quarterback.

The next play is the most important play. Whatever happens is in the rearview mirror and you move on good or bad.

All QBs are taught that from every coach and their fathers... The guy is just an amazing talent period.
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Did you read the article about Mahomes and what his dad taught him? Itís about the next pitch. Major-league pitcher must have a short memory in order to pitch to the next guy. The same is true for an NFL quarterback who needs to go throw the next pass.

The ability to leave bad plays behind you and not dwell on great play that you make is the most important quality of a quarterback.

The next play is the most important play. Whatever happens is in the rearview mirror and you move on good or bad.
Yeah, but I will say most guys are taught that in footballs itís about the next play. Canít dwell on mistakes. Mahomes is pretty special, a gunslinger who doesnít make many mistakes. But I donít think Andy Reid gets enough credit. He is the guy in his ear every play explaining what he is looking at and what he should do. Just a great match, like Moore and Manning were.

Here is an article on the shifting requirements of the QBís.

CBS Sports article
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Yeah, but I will say most guys are taught that in footballs itís about the next play. Canít dwell on mistakes. Mahomes is pretty special, a gunslinger who doesnít make many mistakes. But I donít think Andy Reid gets enough credit. He is the guy in his ear every play explaining what he is looking at and what he should do. Just a great match, like Moore and Manning were.

Here is an article on the shifting requirements of the QBís.

CBS Sports article
Coaching guys to think a certain way and having them do it is to different things
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Coaching guys to think a certain way and having them do it is to different things
True, but the guys who canít usually get weeded out by the time you get to the pro level.
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