On Saturday night, the Cleveland Browns were in the Mile High city to take on the Denver Broncos.
With the score tied at 10 with just under two minutes remaining in the first half, former Michigan Wolverines star Jabrill Peppers went up and made a nice interception in the Broncos end zone.
Check it out.
Peppers goes UP for the pick!
— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) December 16, 2018
The interception was the second of Jabrill’s career, one more than he had in 27 games with the Wolverines.
Whether you are a Matthew Stafford supporter or a Matthew Stafford hater, you probably agree that he is not having a very good season up to this point with the Detroit Lions.
Sure, the offensive line has been banged up, his receivers do not get separation, and Jim Bob Cooter could not play call his way out of a paper bag, but Stafford has also been part of the problem.
In his most recent analysis video, former 14-time Pro Bowl quarterback Peyton Manning pointed out one of Stafford’s biggest weaknesses, staring down his receivers rather than looking in other directions first.
“As a quarterback, believe it or not, we need to use our eyes to look off defensive linemen and pass rushers,” he said. “Don’t stare at the receiver because then the pass rushers know where you’re going to go. So look off. Even though if you know you’re gonna throw it out there to the right and to the flat, look left to start, or look down the middle. Don’t let those defensive linemen know where you’re going.”
Check out the video below to see Manning’s full analysis.
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