tpstulane wrote:This is exactly what I was trying to point out.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/tren ... iarynavbarPart of the decline of left handed QB’s, Christensen is convinced, can be traced to wide receivers, the particular playmakers who like passes to settle into their hands with few complications. Yet lefty quarterbacks deliver a ball that spins differently than most receivers are accustomed to seeing.
Suddenly, rapport becomes harder to build.
"I truly believe the receivers drove the train in this whole deal," Christensen theorizes. "At the top, big-money receivers got more of a voice. And it filtered down to college, then down to high school and down below that."
when was this crap written...most of these high paid receivers, who factor into about 5 plays a game on average, wear gloves so as not to bruise their lotion soft hands and could not tell you a spin/rotation from a knuckle ball...and if they are that high paid, they should be able to catch what is thrown ..at this rate, these dumb asses could not catch a pair of beads during mardi gras