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Old 08-22-2019, 09:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Velocity View Post
I'm not sure how much that overrides the QB's actual knowledge of the WR's strengths. In Dallas, for instance, Roy Williams had plenty of diva personality, but he played so poorly and dropped so many balls that Tony Romo threw him the ball seldomly, so little so that it was theorized that Romo was deliberately avoiding him.
As much as a WR relies on the QB, the opposite is true. If the guy you throw to doesn’t catch the ball, you both look bad.