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    Derek Carr Ignoring Davante Adams ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderNationPaul68 View Post
    beg for the signing, then ignores him ??? i get that they are doubling him (adams) but they did the samething in green bay(worse) and aaron rodgers still got him the ball vs mr derek carr whom hates to throw into tight windows and coverage

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    Carr QB Coaching Rule, DO NOT throw into double coverage........it's better to just throw it into the ground.....even on 4th down.

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    Orlovsky is dead on... he literally doesn't look his way.
    Carr is the most mental qb in the league. Rumor is he got it in.his mind after the 1st game that he fed Adams too much... well that's how you win. He is open all the time, even when he's not... fuckin feed him the ball on 3 out of every 4 plays at least..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePantyRaider View Post
    Orlovsky is dead on... he literally doesn't look his way.
    Carr is the most mental qb in the league. Rumor is he got it in.his mind after the 1st game that he fed Adams too much... well that's how you win. He is open all the time, even when he's not... fuckin feed him the ball on 3 out of every 4 plays at least..
    I am thinking it's the pass rush, he will assume Davante is doubled, you double him in the first quarter, show the same pre snap look later....he won't bother. Carr will read the defense pre snap, thus the motion pre snap, shows him man or zone. The bomb in the opener, that was not double coverage, the guy who picked it was actually guarding someone underneath Adams.

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    Rodgers has the skills to get the ball to Adams no matter how many defenders are around him. That's one of the reasons that makes Rodgers so great. Adams is finding out very quickly that Carr is far from Rodgers. This is not Fresno State Carr, this is not throw in the park with no one rushing you Carr, this is not wearing the red jersey during practice Carr. This is post 2016, beaten, battered, and scared Carr. This is look at his first read and if not open then throw it away or check down Carr.

    Carr has regressed some this season so far, still we could have won any of those 3 games. I still have hope for this team because it looks like the mistakes can be corrected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raiderjohn622 View Post
    Carr QB Coaching Rule, DO NOT throw into double coverage........it's better to just throw it into the ground.....even on 4th down.

    Lol, lol, true, that’s Carr.

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    https://raiderswire.usatoday.com/202...davante-adams/


    Josh McDaniels respond to Dan Orlovsky.

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    It would be convenient if he was just "ignoring" adams. Carr has a very huge flaw he gets scared, he is playing scared. He knows where he wants to throw before the snap and focuses on that and refuses to look anywhere else on many plays. It is frustrating because the defense eats that shit up, especially in the red zone. The other issue, anyone notice that Carr lets the play clock run down to 1 or 0 seconds every fucking play?? Doesnt that make it very easy for the pass rush to know when to shoot in? I never played football in any organized level but you would think letting the defense know exactly when you are snapping the ball would be a bad thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD707 View Post
    It would be convenient if he was just "ignoring" adams. Carr has a very huge flaw he gets scared, he is playing scared. He knows where he wants to throw before the snap and focuses on that and refuses to look anywhere else on many plays. It is frustrating because the defense eats that shit up, especially in the red zone. The other issue, anyone notice that Carr lets the play clock run down to 1 or 0 seconds every fucking play?? Doesnt that make it very easy for the pass rush to know when to shoot in? I never played football in any organized level but you would think letting the defense know exactly when you are snapping the ball would be a bad thing.
    Yep, every play he has to send a guy in motion to read if the defense is playing zone or man. Then in those 3 seconds left, he makes up his mind where he's going to throw the ball, nope, no development of route trees, seeing who goes where then responding to that.....every time he gets hit, it's a deer in headlight look....

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