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In my latest video breakdown, I took a DEEP dive into Andrew Luck and his skill-set. This video is BY FAR my longest breakdown. I easily spent 60 hours analyzing his plays and making this video. Seriously, the dude is good. His ability to quickly (and accurately) progress through his reads while sensing pressure and throwing with anticipation make him a very good quarterback.
I also spent some time discussing his weaknesses... Yes, even a top quarterback like Luck has weaknesses even though he's really damn good. Injuries were discussed (briefly) and then I spent a good amount of time on situational aggression along with his occasional issues with ball placement. Neither of these are game-defying issues but I think it explains WHY in some games he performed better (or worse) than others. Regardless, I really hope you enjoy the video!
Parris Campbell Notes: Campbell is a great addition to this team. At Ohio State he ran a lot of crossing routes and was VERY good in space. What do the Colts run a lot of? Crossing routes! Him and Hilton will feast off of each other on these plays. Instead of Ryan Grant running a drag route, imagine Campbell running it. Huge difference for this offense. If there is one dynasty WR outside of N'Keal Harry I would target, it's Campbell; however, I would wait until we see his usage in preseason to talk about where we should take him this year. I think if he picks up the offense early on, he can be a solid contributor.
Next topic: I'm thinking JuJu Smith-Schuster and his role with the Steelers OR Joe Mixon and the Bengals and perceived fit with Zac Taylor as the HC. Not entirely sure which but if you have a topic you want me to consider, please add it below!
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