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***Frazier said they played well enough to win on offense but need to score in the red zone.
***Frazier was pleased with his play in his first game. He said he went through his reads well but has plenty of room for improvement. He said he didn't stay firm in his footwork on the overthrows, which is something he needs to work on.
"I thought I played pretty well for my first game," Frazier said.
I pretty much agree with everything he said. Good assessment of his performance by himself.
Fearless and true.
Kiel is coming along good. He has a heckva coach in Loefler to teach him & help him grow to be a great QB. Once he starts clicking, he'll be something to watch. WDE
I was pleased with the reads KF made. He threw to open receivers. The overthrow issue is easier to correct than other things that could have gone wrong. It's all mechanics that CSL can fix.
Once he becomes more accurate ( and I think he will), our play action game is going to be AUsome.
I thought he played really well. He kept his composure too, which is nice. On replays I could see him staring off his targets too, which is great.
I'm sorry, but that's not what I want to hear from my starting quarterback. He did not play well. He completed 40% of his passes.
This post was edited by pand85 on 9/3/2012 at 1:56 PM
I agree. 11-27 passing is not good. He should be harder on himself. JMO.
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