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Not true, I remember 2 in tOSU game on designed run plays, he didn't lose either of them as BK fell on one and the other went out of bounds. You also need to look at bad pitches as the are technically fumbles. He cleared up a lot of those issues at the end of the year and the RBs had their share of mistakes in some of those, but to say unequivocally that all his fumbles came on scrambles is just not true.
If you cant say something nice, shut your damn mouth!! GBR
"he didn't lose either one"
Pitches are not fumbles, and many times they are more dependent on the position of the RB than the pitch. However, your point is well made, he has made a few bad pitches, but as you also said that did get cleared up in the last half of the season.
I'll grant you that I should have said MOST of his fumbles, and not every one.
With due respect its like comparing apples and oranges and you are a banana. Get the picture? Its pretty freaked up scenario! The analogy really cannot be done! Like someone had mentioned different system, era and one of them TM is still actively playing.
Trying to plug Tommie Frazier and or Eric Crouch into Beck's offense is unrealistic I am not sure what you are trying to deduct; give credence to TM's throwing capabilities or the lack there of. Its just not fair to none of the QBs. Thanks
If you would have said MOST of his fumbles, I wouldn't have had any issue with what you said.
Bad pitches go down on the stat sheet as fumbles, usually they get credited to the RB, but it is considered a fumble. Technically, it is considered a backwards pass or lateral, but they don't count as that on the stat sheet.
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