Green Bay Packers Passing Problems Not All on Offensive Line

Posted: 2nd November 2009 by Nick DeWitt in NFL
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Four seconds. You've heard this all before. It should be as blaringly loud as the alarm that wakes you in the morning, jarring you to action. Quarterbacks are supposed to have clocks in their heads that, four seconds after the snap, should start a siren song that spurs the player to throw the ball, pull it down and scramble, or throw the ball away. There are quarterbacks who violate the four-second rule on almost every play.á Look at Ben Roethlisberger.á He routinely holds onto the ball and runs around trying to make something out of nothing. When he succeeds, it's easy to forgive his violation. Luckily for Roethlisberger and fans of the Black and Gold, he succeeds almost every time. There are also quarterbacks who, for whatever reason, don't seem to know how to get rid of the football. ...

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