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I don’t think Sam Darnold is healthy

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He seems to be having an issue with his foot (same problem as last year). Physically I thought this was the worst I have ever seen him look. He didn’t move well, and he wasn’t getting much velocity on his throws.

 

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Meh. Everyone is hurt this time of year 

seemed hesitant to me and unsure of where to go with the ball 

wonder what the coaches film will show about guys being open

ball has to come out faster 

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Shut up.... he was fine... played well under circumstances (killer penalties, drops, busted OL). Not every game is  going to be perfect. We lost, time to move on. 

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1 minute ago, Y3k said:

Shut up.... he was fine... played well under circumstances (killer penalties, drops, busted OL). Not every game is  going to be perfect. We lost, time to move on. 

nothing to see here just lollypops on 5 YPC against an 0-11 team business as usual folks

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30 minutes ago, RonaldJet said:

He seems to be having an issue with his foot (same problem as last year). Physically I thought this was the worst I have ever seen him look. He didn’t move well, and he wasn’t getting much velocity on his throws.

 

His issues are all in his head.

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8 minutes ago, Augustiniak said:

I saw Beachum step on his foot on a sack in the 1st half sometime, when Beachum got pushed into him. 

And the Bengals DE.

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Nah. To start it's the opposite foot that got stepped on. He looks like a QB playing past midseason, they all carry lumps.

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31 minutes ago, southtown24th said:

SD is the least of our issues, let's be honest...he could be playing on one leg, he STILL ain't the problem...

I thought he was awful today. Obviously the drops and the seven offensive line penalties didn’t help. 

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1 hour ago, Y3k said:

Shut up.... he was fine... played well under circumstances (killer penalties, drops, busted OL). Not every game is  going to be perfect. We lost, time to move on. 

Its definitely time to move on...from the Jets

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Sam showed a ton of velocity on several throws in the game, late as well. Not accurate, but good arm strength. He is healthy enough that all ownership of how he plays shouldn't be clouded by a "I don't think he looked healthy" type excuse.

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Sam Darnold looked to be very frustrated today, was it the play calling or the fact that our WR's are terrible,can't catch and get zero separation. 

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We are 4 and 8 whether you feel he's not healthy. We are 4 and 8 if he really is healthy and you're just being paranoid and an apologist. At the end of the day who gives a crap if you're right or wrong

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He's as healthy as you can hope for this time of year. Every other play was a drop, penalty, pressure/sack or terrible execution. That's hard to overcome for any QB

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Just now, Jet hustle said:

We are 4 and 8 whether you feel he's not healthy. We are 4 and 8 if he really is healthy and you're just being paranoid and an apologist. At the end of the day who gives a crap if you're right or wrong

And we just lost to an 0-11 team. 

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11 hours ago, Tiffany980 said:

His issues are all in his head.

Speaking of that, I thought you had “ghosted” JN. 

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He is approaching the 50/50 point of “might not be the guy.” Some may say he has already passed that. But hey I’m an optimist 😎 

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12 hours ago, Larz said:

Meh. Everyone is hurt this time of year 

seemed hesitant to me and unsure of where to go with the ball 

wonder what the coaches film will show about guys being open

ball has to come out faster 

This...our WRs weren’t creating separation or he wasn’t seeing the field well. He wasn’t getting the ball out fast enough. 
 

There were zero easy throws vs. Dalton who looked like he had all day but only needed 2 seconds.

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13 hours ago, RonaldJet said:

He seems to be having an issue with his foot (same problem as last year). Physically I thought this was the worst I have ever seen him look. He didn’t move well, and he wasn’t getting much velocity on his throws.

 

There was no place for him to move. Are you actually watching the games? You can't come away from that game thinking it's him that's the problem? You'd be ignoring everything that's going on around him. He had to deal with a constantly shrinking pocket from all angles evenly and he rarely had enough time to step up in the pocket.

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