Can you explain your rating of a clean pocket? Two seconds? Four? It didn't feel like Taylor had enough time to drop back much less scan the field Sunday.
from my opening statement:
Unforced errors.. bad throws/ How did the O Line do?/ What mistakes are on the O-Line.. what ones are not?
I watched the NFL rewind all 22 and here is my unofficial count of how the O-Line did /
How the QB did on every pass play (I may have missed a snap or two here or there. There also may be a few extra pass attempts that were cancelled due to penalties but this should be 95% accurate)
Sufficient protection means that TT had time to hit his drop and had at least a second to scan the field.
DISCLAIMER (I am not a coach, I don't know the hot reads or route combinations called.. this is just my educated perception of what happened on each pass play)
What I mean by that is if its a 3 step drop.. he takes his 3 steps and has a second to scan the field. If its 5 step.. the same etc.. If it's shotgun he has time to set his feet and a second to scan the field.
Sufficient protection to me is that he has time to go through his primary read and then a secondary. "Sufficient" is the key word here. I don't have a set number of seconds as a benchmark
Edited by Bocephuz, 20 September 2017 - 02:55 PM.