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... He then combines that with his study of each defender's body language that he knows from studying that defensive squad's last 5 games or so. He then adds in tendencies for down, distance, and time left in the game. The backup quarterback is tasked with additional study. Being good at digesting film and packaging it to Manning can keep you in the NFL as a backup QB even if you cannot throw a ball on a line more than 13 yards. **cough** Sorgi **cough**
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