JaMarcus Russell is starting his third year in the NFL and second year as a starter, yet, in his third year he seemed to have regressed to the ability of a sloppy rookie. His footwork his ugly as ever. His accuracy is often off and too manyápasses are too high for receivers. His pocket presence is horrible as he often locks on to receivers andálooks unaware of the pass rush as if he actually expects his make-shift offensive line to do there job. So aside from Russell, who is to blame for this? How about the QB coach? Is it not Paul Hackett'd job to coach footwork, accuracy, and pocket presence? With Russell's footwork accuracy and pocket presence looking even worse than last year, I doubt Hackett even tried to coach Russell. And why would he? Heáalready had two of his own guys ...
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