Originally Posted by CEH
The short passes are more because the QB can read the defense and find the open guy and move the chains before the defense can even get set. Very rarely does Manning get fooled. Probably a reason why he wants to stay in the AFC plus not play his brother in the NFCC game but Super Bowl
Coaches changed up the offense mid stream last year. I haven't given up on Julius Thomas but if we sign Manning all the top TEs should be sitting there at #25 if the front office wants to get a few more weapons for Payaton
Reading defenses is something young QB's need time to develop otherwise all we would see are 35 year old QB's playing in the NFL.