Originally Posted by El-Gonzo Jackson
Nothing surprising. Guy was injured, but the best option the Steelers had. If he isnt injured, then he doesnt throw it as poorly and miss WR's as bad as he did.
You guys crying that it was all bad decisions....the ball he threw at Wallace that was picked off in OT was thrown badly behind Wallace and into the defenders arms. A good throw and its a completion.
I can barely throw if I have a hangnail... let alone a separated rib tendon.
An injury like that can make a pass be "only" one yard off... but, that "one yard" can be all that it takes to go from completion
Furthermore, being "open" in the NFL is a difference of inches (not even a yard). A WR has to be thrown open
... and, again, it's hard to throw a WR open, when one can barely throw.