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Hoe is not Murray he misses wide open wide outs.
But he has had two fine blocks so far!
Last 3 possessions 3 Bray turnovers now that's pro material, hopefully he will declare for draft
You guys are unbelievable
It's starting to look like TOS over here.
Fortunately, it's not.
Your team. All the time.
Some people are so unintelligent. When they compare Bray so poorly. His team make up is so different than Murray MC Caren or Driskel. We don't have the same running game therefore Bray is required to do more. Please watch football with someone who knows what their talking about before posting something so ignorant.
Dude are you kidding me? He made huge improvements in this game. You're gonna get upset about scoring 44 points against what some consider a top five defense nationally?
Id hate to see how bad this team would be without Bray. Typical armchair QBs criticizing a top tier athlete when they prob can't throw a spiral. Its easy to play a game from the couch isn't it?
Tyler is not a terrible QB, he is a good college QB, however his reading skills are not very good, there were several times in the game that if he looks to the back side of the formation he has an open man to deliver the ball to. He constantly stares down the side he wants to throw to, and has a bad tendency to lock on to the receiver. He has made strides in his maturity and work ethic, however, before this team can truly compete with the Alabamas and Georgias, he better become more of a film guy and learn how to read what he is looking at.
I agree I seen open receivers several times and he never looked Their way but I will say I think he cares more about this team then he's credited for and I Think if he would learn more of the mental part of being a qb he would be a great one
Well, stop the crap or it will be the same as TOS.
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I don't guess the Vols can please anyone.
Serious question, not bashing, how do you know that he wasn't coached to only read one side of the field when we run that play? Coach Cut had that a lot in his O
On several of those "missed throws" it appeared to me that the receiver ran the wrong route but the ball was in the right place. Not saying he hit them all on the money, but this could have contributed
Some of you act like Tyler doesn't go through his progressions. That's just not true. He regularly throws the ball to his 2nd and 3rd options. He is a great college QB who made a few inaccurate throws last night that hurt us. Thing is... If CP catches the ball we may be having a different discussion right now.
This post was edited by volfan28 19 months ago
This isn't directed at you necessarily but unlike others I recognize that Tyler, like every other QB in the world, isn't perfect. They all miss throws. He was a great leader last night. For every missed throw he made, there was a big dropped pass.. but he kept everyone's head up. I think he did a great job at QB last night and made several NFL throws look easy
Some of you people need to clean the orange off your glasses. This is not pee wee football. These guys are practically getting paid to play and must produce or be able o take criticism. You either have to put up or shut up and bray is yet to put up against any actual competition. Most teams are lucky to even have a shot to win the game and Tennessee had 2 . Bray threw a horrible pass and did not protect the football. It's simple,bray played good enough to win against most teams but not a top ten team like Georgia. Some players have the "it factor" and bray is yet to prove that he has it. I am just calling it like I see it without my orange glasses fully covered!
How dare you call Bray a hoe!!
UTK, Class of 2009
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