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4 hours ago, gossamorharpy said:

We might be 3-7, but we're a god damn 3-7 squad that no one wants to play.

 

We might be down on the record but we're #1 in heart babbyyyyyyyyy

I would argue almost everyone would like to play us. No matter how bad of a day they have we will find a way to play just slightly lower than their output for the day, giving almost all P5 teams a win 

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19 minutes ago, Huskers93-97 said:

Do they have anything that shows how much time Martinez gets? Standard is the QB should be getting the ball released at about 2.5 seconds. If the defense is getting there at or before then its on the OL. If the OL is giving him that much time and Martinez is not getting it out by then it's on him. 

Just spit ballin’ here but I would guess that PFF’s ratings of OL take these things into account. Their ratings would be pretty worthless if they didn’t.

 

And I would add, since opponents are getting so much pressure without blitzing, Martinez is going to have a tougher time finding open receivers to get rid of the ball. So the arbitrary 2.5 seconds doesn’t mean as much.

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5 minutes ago, Crusader Husker said:

This is one of the reasons I don't hammer on AM as much.  BUT, I am not saying he wouldn't have his issues of he was behind one of the best lines, but it is interesting to think about what could be without the trainwreck of an OL we have.

He'd prolly be a 2nd team all Big10 QB for a team that is sitting ranked in the top 15 at 8-2 with big games against wisconsin and iowa on tap in the next 9 days.  Talent is there on the o line, the coaching has been a sad sorry excuse... There was some poster a couple weeks back that dropped a link of frosty saying he brought in some ex players and they diagnosed and fixed jurgens snapping issue in 5 mins- where tf was austin on this for the past few years?

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42 minutes ago, Huskers93-97 said:

If the defense is getting there at or before then its on the OL. If the OL is giving him that much time and Martinez is not getting it out by then it's on him. 

 

Or it's on the coaching staff continuously calling 4 or 5 receiver route trees all downfield that take too long to develop.

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1 hour ago, Huskers93-97 said:

Do they have anything that shows how much time Martinez gets? Standard is the QB should be getting the ball released at about 2.5 seconds. If the defense is getting there at or before then its on the OL. If the OL is giving him that much time and Martinez is not getting it out by then it's on him. 

 

2.5 seconds when being blitzed. This would be 2.5 seconds with a 4 man rush- that means there is an extra defender back making it harder for receivers to get open too. 

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