(Full Video Above) Colin Cowherd: “What does ‘Arm Talent’ mean? Jay Cutler had a strong arm but I always thought he threw a ‘hard’ ball, and he didn’t always have good touch. Big Ben and Cam have big arms, but I often feel like the receiver has to wait, or it’s behind the receiver, and it’s never in stride… The game has changed and we don’t have huddles and more decisions are made at the line of scrimmage. The quarterback has more power than ever, the receivers are more talented, and there is more ad libbing going on. When I think of ‘Arm Talent’ I think of ‘Do you throw a catchable ball?’ Is it in stride? Do you throw a soft deep ball with a feathery touch that drops down from the sky like Seattle’s soft rain? Do you throw a ball so you don’t set your receiver up to get smoked? Mahomes and Carson Wentz can throw it from different angles, but a lot of times it’s behind them and they take big risks to put the receiver in trouble.” (Full Video Above)
Listen to Colin Cowherd rank his 'Top 5 NFL Quarterbacks Who Throw the Most Catchable Ball', as Colin details why the best QB’s in the NFL don’t necessarily throw the best ball.
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