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Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by BradMustersGhost, Nov 11, 2013.
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Cutler has the opposite problem. So many of his passes have no "touch" and are thrown overly hard and the receiver can't catch it. The good news is that the defender can't catch it either, unless it bounces off the WR's hands and the ricochet is picked off by the secondary. I have noticed that Jay is much better in this area now. Maybe Trestman has helped him here.
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This not the position you put your ankle in when you have high ankle sprain. That ankle sprain is so full of BS.
It WAS a high ankle sprain -- about 3 foot higher as a matter of fact.
My guess is yes.