I still feel the problem with all of these deep passes is that we're trying them at all - so what if your quarterback can throw that far and your receiver is that fast? Like I said, Philip Rivers is supposed to running the same system, but right now he's completing like 30 percent of his passes beyond 20 yards, and it was the same thing in 2011, he got up to maybe 35 percent in 2010, 30 percent in 09, etc. Joe is only completing 15 percent of his passes beyond 20 yards, for whatever reason, and yet he's thrown that far almost 40 times. He's doing much better in the short passing department, but compared to other quarterbacks he's barely thrown short at all. Torrey is so much more than just a deep threat, but in this offense that's all he ever seems to be used as.
Edited by Ravenslifer, 09 December 2012 - 11:38 PM.