- Mar 12, 2021
- Reaction score
- North of the 49th.
I think the offense and calls are very similar with Murray and McCoy, however how each QB interprets the calls and what he sees on the field is the difference. Case in point, that I mentioned on another thread and on Twitter, is how when a WR was clearly called - Colt looked over, saw it wasn't set up well then looks downfield a few yards and hits Hopkins for a 10 yard gain. Murray isn't looking off those types of plays to see what else is developing and just as easy to throw.
The difference is that COLT doesn't hesitate; no patting the ball, bouncing on his toes - he gets the ball out. Like Warner, in his day, he throws, expecting the target to do his job and be there. KM believes that after he processes, his gun will get the job done. (IMO)