Haven't been on the streaming a little wild Jordan.
You know, I've been been moving over to ST Pete, so I had a lot of stuff going on.
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But Jordan Palmer.
For those who need an introduction, you need to follow a little bit more football.
The quarterback guru, Former NFL player himself.
Jordan, give us Ah, 32nd, 62nd little background on yourself and kind of where you're at today.
Um well, I'm excited.
First off, I'm excited to do this, man.
Um, I know there's a lot of different communities of people.
There's kids all over the world that love with this position and love this sport.
Um, I've seen, you know, and gone to camps in other countries and seeing the love kind of across the board.
Everybody has another, the fascination here with just the quarterback position.
And so, um, I think it's the most fascinating position in sports.
Um, it's all the glory.
It's all that blame.
It's all the stuff, and I've been able to experience it at every level I played when I was a little kid.
I played in high school.
I played in college, put in a bunch of different teams in the NFL and just got to like, see it.
But you know, through so many different lenses my older brother played was a superstar Carson.
So he's five years older than me.
So I watched that whole thing, and, um, what I do now is I work with quarterbacks of all ages from multiple countries.
I do that in a couple of ways.
I've got a new online platform called Stomach Digital and shot a bunch of content.
We do weekly zooms and really kind of teach in the position aan den camp wise.
We do camps doing around the country and we'll be doing internationally in the coming year and and I get to also trained guys of different ages.
So I work with high school guys at the camps in college guys but also prepare guys for the NFL draft.
And I worked with a lot of NFL veterans as well.
So I like to say I trained quarterbacks from 10 years old, the 10 year vets in the NFL and kind of everything in between.
I don't know more than everybody.
I don't There's actually a bunch of people I don't know nearly as much as, but I have seen Ah lot through growing up not just in a quarterback world but in the quarterback development and coaching world.
So eso I've got a couple of ways I get to do that with guys and eso.
Thio, start this news dream.
And so what kind of questions you will have.
And you know I can help, absolutely and experience.
Uh, experience is a key for any player who's growing up and getting the reps put in the work.
I don't think all the experience in the world that could have led you to prepare for 2020.
Talk to me a little bit of of what you're seeing, even going from, you know training guys training Joe Burrow for the draft this year through the summer, the uncer*****y and kind of fall Is this playing out? Uh, now of the impact of Covic, the impact of this pandemic on the on the position both from an infrastructure process standpoint.
But then maybe also a little bit about from from a mental standpoint.
So talk a little bit about the state of 2020 if you will.
Yeah, well, we all start up every time we get on the phone with anybody on the team.
Like so that's all.
Get that other way.
Well, you know, everything's well, crazy time eso.
Aside from that, I believe the quarterbacks are problem solvers, and the best ones are the best problem solvers.
And like and like, who are we gonna block on this play? How are we gonna beat these guys? How am I gonna overcome this? How we're gonna get these two guys to get along? My coach can't call plays.
My defense can tackle people like way all You just have to call these problems. These quarterbacks.
And so when Kobe kind of hit, which your time of the year wise for me, it was really towards the end of draft training kind of march.
I'm usually doing pro days in March in the first week in April.
In fact, I did two of the pro days, Um, you know, got all the pro day done and everything and then with Joe Burrows, we just canceled it outright with Kobe.
So that's about what the time was.
So for me, um, you know, I'm kind of like there's a bunch of guys going.
I'm not really sure what to do.
What do you think, Whether that's parents of kids or whether that's NFL veterans who are living out here gone, which I do which have you focused on? And I my message to everybody.
Waas There's a lot of uncer*****y.
We have no idea what's going on, and so we need leadership in this time, and we need people Thio be decisive and figure out how to solve whatever problems arise so none of us can solve this coping problem or the pandemic.
But if you're all your practice has just got canceled, you can come up with some way to go ahead and get better.
Stay connected So when everything hit, the advice today is giving guys specifically in the NFL in college.
Waas start weekly or daily conversations with your groups.
Organized a zoom with your white house Aside from what your team is doing in your coaches, ask you to dio just organizing and honestly do with the guys on defense.
A lot of my NFL are all the all the NFL guys that I spent time with.
They all picked some leader or two on defense, and he just had created a dialogue.
Some of them got on twitch.
Some of them got on on Xbox.
Some of them got on Zoom, and so that was one of them is just kind of keep everybody together, right for me personally, Um, I had to kind of change my business.
I launched some a digital because of Kobe and not because everyone you know the screen times going up in everyone's at home but because I was supposed to do 10 football camps around the country, and I was supposed to be in Germany for three weeks, and when all that got canceled, I had time and I go.
No one has field access.
Nobody has anywhere to go.
This is a great time to introduce.
Guys, toe stop pause.
Your off season has been extended.
Like what's all the new stuff you could learn right now You got free time, Like, how could you take advantage of it? You could spend much time complaining about the situation.
Like you could do that if you want or you can go.
I'm going to find new things to get better at and improve and take advantage of the time that I normally wouldn't have it.
So e think for co.
I saw guys at every level take advantage of the time.
And obviously there was guys who didn't too.
But I saw a lot of college guys solve problems and figure out ways Thio working on communication and make sure that the guys that they need to remind workout or working out and NFL how do you build a relationship with rookies? You just drafted the guys.
You gotta count on them, you know, stand normal.
They'd use their first round pick on the left tackle.
So drink Cove in when you can't meet him physically.
How are you going to get to know him.
You know, it was just like a lot of those conversations.
And like I said, I saw a lot of people take advantage of the time.
And clearly there was people that didn't and ah, lot of things are different.
A lot of things are the same.
Like you said, building relationships with new guys coming in even as you're getting on the practice field as you're getting on the field.
The game field situations are the same, regardless of how many people are in the stands or what's going on around you, especially at the quarterback position, in various things that can go on.
One of the things that will be talking about tonight specifically is a two minute drill and just real quick before we get into any specifics of on the field stuff of what kind of stays the same.
Talk to me a little bit overall about the two minute drill.
A lot of talk about it, from my standpoint as a center, this was like, Hey, get up to the ball communication with my guys.
You know you have the ability to see the quarterback coming to the huddle and you get a little bit of kind of that.
It factor you get, you get a sense of that feel of, you know, Hey, is this guy walking in? Is he confident? You get to see the command, the leadership, Everything kind of come together.
I would love to hear from your perspective with one of the things that is the same in the two minute drill.
Some of your thoughts on that.
Well, so the reason I wanna like pull ups, um, two minute drills is to show that whether you're in middle school, high school or college or the pro or any level of pro, um, there are some common denominators in two minute offense, meaning there are some things that, like there's things that the high school kids should do that Russell Wilson should do to right, regardless of the coverage of the situation or how fast everybody is, or whatever the other differences are.
There's just some things that you gotta dio and it also between the different levels, like we're gonna watch NFL tape.
Well, the rules are different.
You got the two minute warning.
Towns don't stop the clock, you know? So it's just like the hashes eso The game is different.
A lot of the losses and the rules are different.
But there are some common denominators.
And so I think the first thing and this is going to sound super cliches gonna be like, No, duh. Whatever.
Right? Um, but you and you get this is what kind of what you refuse Almost reference this.
A second ago you talked about being a center of being in the huddle.
The number one thing you have to do in to any situation is believed that you guys can score E.
I mean, you can make all the throws you can make all the right reads like you can get out of bounds.
But if you're just trying to make plays and hoping that it works, you are set up to fail.
I tell quarterbacks all the time.
Hope is not a strategy.
You have to have a plan and you have to believe that that plan is going to work.
You have to respond and react to back.
I missed in this block that guy running the wrong route, then you have to yeah, to those things.
But that comes down to a core fundamental belief that we are getting in field goal range or we are scoring a touchdown based on whatever you need.
Okay, so this is kind of like the first thing So I picked up to put together.
We're gonna watch two drives tonight, go to awesome NFL two minute drives.
We're gonna be using NFL tape. Okay.
So something you could see anywhere else.
Um, but also, we're going Thio show you like everything that they do.
If you're 15 and start for the first time on your team, like you can watch these and, you know, And like you could do that, maybe you could not as fast as Russell, and you can't throw It is good joke, but like you could do these things on but also picked two guys that the first thing I just said You have to have these guys know beyond the shadow of a doubt every single time doesn't matter what situation happens.
They absolutely believe they are about to score.
No, you're one real quick Before we hop into this tape, I gotta ask you it is to, you know, the two minute mark is hit.
The the other team just kicked the ball off your down.
Four year down seven, we'll get into kind of the situation.
I think Russell was down five points, but for you as a quarterback, what are you doing to get your mind right before you even walk on the field? How are you approaching teammates when you're talking to some of these young players? Is there even kind of a game before the game in terms off? You know, going up.
You know, I've been around quarterbacks.
They go up to each and every one of these offensive linemen and say, Hey, let's do this, Do your job, do your job, blah, blah, blah, blah, you know, kind of going down the line, You know, even before you trot out to kind of take that last stand.
And that's kind of how I see a two minute to minute drill is, you know, that's the last stand.
That's that's kind of the mark on the game.
You have the ability to change it.
What what do you kind of, you know, saying to yourself into your guys even before they walk out on the field? So I think first things first, um, you have to have the fundamental belief that you guys were going to score.
So whatever based off your leadership and your personality, whatever you need to do to make sure that the rest of the huddle believes that as well or that the worst case scenario believe that you believe that you're going for Okay.
So let's say Joey grants my center and I hold over, and I totally believe that we're going to score either.
I need at least need Joey to know that I believe that if I could get him to believe that two great may not be able to go, are you guys? We're fine, but one.
So if that's headbutting, if that's, um, clapping and saying Let's go for some quarterbacks, honestly, like DeShaun Watson is one of the best guys in these situations.
I don't think he says a whole lot. E.
I think everybody understands that he believes that they're going to score on this driver s o the first, so that's kind of the first thing and then what I do is and some of digital I talk about this.
I have a whole video of like this, each feature that you're each thing you need to be thinking about when you approach a two minute situation, and I'll kind of tell you the first one you have to do in a few minutes.
Situation is that, like a mentality, perspective is you have to get the 1st 1st down so we can think about getting out of out of out of bounds.
We could think about how many time outs we have.
You can get ahead of yourself.
The reality is you need to get the 1st 1st down, so you need to run your first couple plays to get that 1st 1st down.
What you don't need to dio is score on first down because if you if you drop back and push the ball down the field, a couple things one, the longer the balls in the air, the less likely it is to be caught.
The percentages go down to, the more likely you are to open yourself up toe protection issues, and getting hit back is a terrible thing to happen.
Starting on human it.
Another thing that's terrible thing that's gonna happen is to happen is 2nd and 10 or 3rd and 10.
Those are bad situations to so I'm going to get the 1st 1st down.
I know the other thing is the quarterback and this.
Even if the NFL I've seen this being issue, you have to have a completely understanding with you in the coach.
How are the place being called? Who's in control of the clock? No.
Do you have the ability to call time out? You need to have gone through those situations with your coach.
And you know as well that the team I've been in situations, I've seen situations where they're not on the same page, and that leaves the rest of the team.
You know, you even saw in the Buffalo game.
You know, Stefon Diggs kind of walking back.
I don't know if that was, you know, end of the game kind of laziness or whatnot, but sometimes it does affect the teammates as well of, you know, not being on the same page of who's controlling that clock.
So So get the 1st 1st down, know who's controlling the clock and then from there on out, um, you have to know the situations.
So I I go through in high school.
There's I think there's seven ways to stop the clock like seven.
If I was in high school, I know every single way on DSO.
There's just the situations you have to have.
Map those things down before you look at the player, double move or any of that stuff, right? Um, they're really quick story of cooling.
Um, so this is the Sean Jersey from from from college.
And so a great, great story he eyes junior sop****re year will play three years to sop****re year loses in the national championship.
The Alabama he went off.
He didn't live but Clemson loss, and basically, he drove down the field and score a touchdown.
But they left a minute or so on the clock, and then Obama went down, and I think that you could go to win it.
But something like he put together a drive to win the game, and then the other teams had enough time to score.
And so we go through this goal setting.
I'm training him, uh, that that phase of his career up until it's for sure in the league and and and so we're kind of mapped out, like, how do you solve for that.
And so we talked about is you have to put yourself in a situation to manage the last couple of minutes of each game.
Uh, the man is those things better? And the idea of how Doe I make sure that I always end up with the ball at the end, whether I'm scoring, taking a field goal.
We're taking a neat Well, I always have the ball yet and so we kind of talked about like almost It was almost like a conversation on the mentality of always having evolved yet and then a drill, always throwing last and like, it was just like this theme.
And, um, and for him, he just always been clutched, you know, high school basketball.
He was published, but he we had talked a lot about was is how do you get to a point where you're so confident that this is gonna work, that you're actually gonna have to say anything right? And it's just understood by everyone around.
So I guess the national championship next year explain.
Obama and, um, the other teams got like, three minutes left.
They got down the field, they score, and there's two minutes and one second left on the clock and they're down for their down for 21 I don't remember any time out.
You have whatever and, um, his theme that year.
So Dave Sweeney, I don't know if he still doesn't, but that year he would have everybody on the team would pick a word that was gonna be there theme for the year.
Yeah, And if you remember that year, they won the national championship and David was crying, even interviewed after the game goes told the guys not we're gonna win because of love.
We're gonna love each other more.
Remember that interview? It was pretty funny.
It was like a meeting that was a spot on personality E.
Because David is worried that year was left.
So the genes word was legendary.
You looked at the clock two minutes, one second and he looks down.
He puts on his helmet, stands up and goes, Let's go be legendary.
It tells the story goes, I look around and I noticed everyone in my sideline staring at me, but I felt like everyone in the entire stadium was staring at me and I knew there was millions watching, and I'll think completion and the throw at the end ended the game.
Hunter Renfroe? Yeah, There wasn't any time left me through that.
So just this idea that you can actually get to a place mentally where your belief gets outside of you, Right? Because in theory, if you think about it, if I have to walk around and convince everybody that I believe it Jesus.
Kind of insecurity that you might not Then you already a step behind, right? Yeah.
In terms of a layer understanding E s O on this.
Let's break this down.
Pull up. Russell Wilson.
My pug is winding.
I'm gonna let her out of the room real quick.
Let the plug out or pulling a hustle.
Gotta look the pug out, huh? Get tired.
But now Russell's mindset, You know, he's a little bit more of a vocal guy, So I imagine him going around.
He's a big nuts guy.
He's a big, vertical nuts guy, you know? So he's going around with the vertical nuts.
Hey, hey, come on. Hey.
Is he is he is s o.
Now he's trotting out on the field uh, this system content.
You can't see anywhere else.
Jordan Palmer is about to break this down for us.
All right, so let's look at this situation here, okay? There's a minute and 57 seconds left.
Okay, 1st and 10 they're down.
Five have to have a touchdown.
They only have one time out.
Perhaps the most impressive part of this? They're already passed the two minute warning.
They don't have that.
So they literally the only way they could stop the pockets with time out for going out of bounds.
Officials, Time out specifically because of an injury or clock stopping right first sound does not get you.
Does not stop the clock at all.
Okay, Alright. So quick.
And he's in his own end zone real quick.
Okay, So what I love here is yes, he's a runner.
A lot of guys, we're gonna watch this runners as well.
Okay, So from a coverage standpoint, we've got Middlefield open right here.
Okay, so he knows he's got to deep.
They're gonna probably just First off, I think they probably understand who they're playing against and that they're gonna have toe.
This game's not over.
Um, but they're just playing a zone here.
This is a cover two zone underneath.
You know he's got a chance.
Is a vendor up top, you know, And for those of you are watching, going Oh, cool NFL.
Well, it's not as complex as you think all the time, OK? It was right here.
That's a cover to Bender, and that's a fade outside.
And this is a shallow cross.
I mean, that's that's a lot.
That's in a lot of high school playbooks right there.
Okay, so he's got a chance.
May be Take the Bender.
Throw it have to be an absolute dime, but he also recognizes the fact that it's Kampe and these linebackers air outside, looking at who they got to cover.
And so he picks, steps up in the pocket and takes off.
I think he rips off, gets like 15 or so yards, so he sees it is covered, too.
He makes a guy miss, and here's what I love.
I talk about this all the time. It's coming digital.
Okay, here's a free tip of something you could do that's free.
That will cost you nothing.
And every time you do it.
It will have a negative effect on the defense.
Every time he runs the football, whether it's a designed run out, that's like a bootleg or naked keep.
Or when he something like this flushes and runs.
He always pump fakes at the line of scrimmage.
Here's what When? When? It's his own coverage.
This is own coverage here, but back takes off.
It becomes man coverage.
Because if you're a defensive back, you need to hurry up and attached to somebody.
And right when he pumped fixed.
What's your friend up here? Okay.
So here's wrath.
He's running. He, uh, is Russian.
We pump fakes, ****yze the step.
So right when he let's see where this guy is.
His eyes are on rust.
He's right there.
Russ punks picks so he plants and gets out back outside.
Hold him just enough.
Just watch that linebacker right when he pumps right there.
Widens him. Yep.
That last step didn't even make the tackle. Russell sides.
And I'll just hop in here from your from your tips before the quarterback or for the quarterback is check.
Mark got the 1st 1st down of the drive First play 100%.
That's all I got.
This is this is your This is your show.
But he's got that 1st 1st down.
When he pump fakes, when someone steps back out and he ends up running right by jumps on sliding.
First intent again.
That time out is precious either in a three by one.
And this is what's crazy is this is a successful drive.
You think they have no margin for error? He just misses this throat.
One of his very, very few misses on the year.
Big Three plants.
It was sideways.
Rain in this game skips it out to him, Right? The best ones there now.
Incomplete pass stops the car second in 10.
And and this is four down situation.
Right? So second in 10 feels like first and 13th and 10 doesn't feel like third.
Doesn't feel like you know who.
Don't get that. We've got to get this right now.
It looks like about So he's got three more down, so he doesn't worry about three by one again.
See what you guys here.
So we got the 1st 1st down.
Now he's got to get chunk yardage.
They rotate, get the single high coverage look at.
He lines up pre snap its middle open again.
Let's see if it stays that way.
They rotate steps up in the pocket.
Crazy here for five.
Good job up in the pocket.
Getting back in here just misses them again.
You think, Oh my gosh, you missed two throws, your 3rd and 10 and especially for most quarterbacks, you just come off and you probably know it's easy to let these three environment get to you.
You know, it might be sideways rain.
You just missed two throws.
Yep, that belief doesn't change here, either.
Just because you missed two throws.
Here he goes. It's third down.
We don't get it right here.
There's no way we're going to do it.
No, that's not what Russell believes.
That drops back, manipulates the pocket, gets back up, tries to make a play, gets hit.
Could have been a huge play.
I was fast forward here more than 10 11 20 one.
The sabermetrics on this on the chances of them winning or whatever they're called.
These days have got to be slim to none.
Yeah, they still got their time out.
Here's what I think is really fascinating about this.
They don't call time out.
They don't think about it like I keep.
He's like we're getting this, Got to play.
They need They don't freak out and going out there and get this and then leave themselves no time.
They preserve the time out.
Gives this guy a chance.
Pay down the sideline.
Looks like a little kind of a like stutter and go Oh, I guarantee what this is the Because there's only three guys out on this route is throw it up.
We're either gonna catch it or it's gonna be a P I they throw it up, Boy goes and makes a play.
How much freedom Right here.
Do you think DK has to? Kinda whatever, but I think he's probably a bunch at just make it happen, which is a position where you can just throw one on one.
Okay, so and he gets out of bounds.
14 Still have their time out.
Three by one first and 10 fresh set of down goes for the hole shot.
If I told you that Russell Wilson was going to score with one time out, going from his own end zone and go 95 yards or whatever.
You think that he had no incompletion, right? You got four for far.
And this is, Ah, play with a guy named Chad Henny.
He does not get enough credit, but what he is, he's the backup to pick Patrick Mahomes.
He has helped Patrick a ton.
Andi used to call this when somebody ripped the whole show.
I used to call him ****ed Missiles.
It's a **** missile.
That's a dismissal.
Before he was helping Pat, he helped our good buddy Blake. Bortles.
He did play with Blake.
Bortles Jacksonville Jaguars Bunch set three by one to the right.
Middlefield. Open safety.
Russell does a loop.
The loop gets outside the pocket.
Finds locket that work.
Watch for us here as he's moving two hands on the ball until he got outside.
Puts it right on him.
Doesn't doesn't freak out and overthrow this so easy to do.
Just layers it right to him.
And he knows to get out of bounds.
Now they're rolling.
They're in field goal range.
Does that matter? Course not their down 51 minute on the dot One time out remaining.
That is amazing.
That is amazing.
1 57 1 time out on your own six yard line with 1/4 down.
You're on the 20 with over a minute in the time out.
Completely flipped it.
So Russell is the ability to escape and make miracles happen back here in the pocket.
But he also has the experience, and he has the soap control to know when the plays over and when.
He just has to throw it out about not try to break another tackle, spin out of it and then take a sack and they have to use their time out.
He's smart enough.
He preserved the time out by being smart and getting rid of it again.
When I talk about knowing these situations, that's what I'm talking about.
You know how it's just the time out it.
So for him, if he can get out of that and make a play cool.
But he just knows he plays the odds.
He knows how to go.
You know what plays that bone falls off Super impressive.
There's a lot of really good young players.
Lamar Jackson's Josh Allan, Stam.
Donald does Shawn Watson.
He's got those corn names and I said they all still need to continue to work on that.
Live to fight another down.
Just sometimes The best thing is the Throw it away.
All of those guys still take a little extra hit every now and then.
Kalamarias well, take a little extra hit or take that extra stack when they didn't need Thio because it comes with experience.
This is Russell's, like, 20 or whatever.
Okay, so now they just go quick ing.
You know what? Taking a couple rips down the field.
They're just straight up lining up there, playing cover to mhm.
You guys think the NFL so complex? Sometimes about this in your high school offense.
Do you have double slants and get my hair out there, right with a theme bender and a fate outside? I mean, don't over complicated double slants first covered, too. I like it.
Hold the inside defender, hit the outside defender.
This is some high school stuff right here that's working on the biggest stage Sunday Night Football front runner for the M V P.
This is what he's calling in this situation.
We don't have to dial everything up sometimes.
We just got to play play ball 1st and 10 44 seconds still have their time out.
Lined up in a two by two.
Now they're not lining up playing covered, too.
Now they got some people in there. There.
Listen, he throws it.
Uh, the slant return turns his hands over.
Looks like it was just a little outside or a drop.
I'm not sure. Either way, it's an incompletion.
Just off of the fingertips would have got him down to the one and out of bounds with the time out.
Still, with the time out still, which, which would have allowed them, have they complete that at the one yard line and he gets out of bounds now they can run the ball on this next down.
They could run it and get stuff and call time out.
Or they could play action or they could line up and throw it so it creates options.
This is too far to run the ball.
So getting down and said the two yard line changes the situation now quick whip route for the right.
Looks like it's caught and, oh, it's dropped its knocked loose.
Let's see the TV copy here.
Oh, barely again.
It's a little behind him.
DB separates him all placements.
Huge river, A rare miss for Russell in this situation to just put enough behind him.
Here we go. Look at it from this angle.
Just a little quick whip route.
Puts it behind him a little bit and as he's tucking it, great TV makes a great play.
All right, there should be a touchdown.
Oh, punches it out right there.
Great play by the TV guys tell you.
Receive everybody's every single drop ever started with the ball touching the person stance.
Think about that.
It's so important.
Once it touches your hands, the drops have coming from there to the tuck.
Most of them happen there.
It's while you're tucking.
The ball is usually not just straight up bounced off your hands, so it's a perfect example who doesn't drop a lot of balls.
It's a drop, but it was published out how you secure the catch.
It's so important.
So third and sticks didn't need to use the time out and complete pass stops the clock, come across the motion, get back to a two by two rest throws a fade just they just can't get on the same page.
Kind of a weird rowdy can't Can't get back to that spot They're in trouble.
There's no way they would win in the game now, wasn't stick all the marbles? A t least they still got that time out that way they still got the time out, But then they'll have to use it on the two point conversion.
Let's check this out.
He is just dialed.
All right, They've been getting man.
So when you get man, one of the things you could do down here is you can send people this way and you can send people that way and hope that one of them get loose.
Not literally like that.
But you can send them different directions in this case, de que, uh, I gotta think he was eyeing on the whole time that big body, the big body down there built in margin for error.
Just put it near.
D came back after a lot of you There he goes in this Balkan.
Well, he's taking five thinking seven from gun getting depth.
Job Put that exactly What needs to be This is a great view here from TV copy here.
De que makes a great grab to clutch grabs this drive.
What's this review here? From the back.
They go for two.
They were down five. From now, they're gonna go for two here.
Um, this is just exactly Look at that.
Right on his face.
Bring him back across.
This is an absolute dime.
Grab touched it, Gets his arms underneath it and rolls secures that talk.
That's game game blouses.
So let's talk about it.
So, what were the takeaways from? There's a lot of good stuff on there, and and, honestly, the thing that's a shocker when you watch that there.
Like he was not nine for nine, okay? No, he was not an underlying.
I think he was, uh, four for 94 for 10 on that drive.
But I think we saw a little bit of everything that you were saying from, you know, the confidence going into it.
I don't think you make a lot of those decisions, you know, not even using a time out without the two minute drive within, You know, 10 minutes getting that 1st.
Getting that 1st 1st down of the drive, I think gets that gets the momentum on then the ability Thio allow all of your guys to kind of rise up around you make plays.
You could see that.
You know, with D K.
Metcalf, who two huge plays on that drive on game.
As we said, houses there.
I didn't see any digs.
I didn't see any.
Um, seems it seems check.
So he understood.
With one time out, you've got to use the sideline.
We saw him try and fail toe, push the ball down the hell out of bound.
And then we saw him trying to see the same thing.
Um, so I keep two hands on the pocket moving the ball around because the sack fumble and is the game and a sack and a lot of ways sometimes does in the game.
Um, we also saw him get into get into trouble and get rid of the ball really quickly, you know, to avoid that, um and then we saw Now when we saw some accuracy and we saw some inaccuracy.
But on fourth down, both those throws on fourth down with money on the money, No doubt.
And and we got that pro tip of quarterbacks by the line of scrimmage.
A little pump fake zone turns the man just enough.
This is a game of inches in every facet of the game, and moving that guy just a little bit gives the window.
Get that first down.
Well, I got this pulled up, so let's switch over to someone else.
There's a younger player, less experience.
This is Joe Burrow Play 59.
This is his first NFL game.
Alright, he's playing the L.
A Chargers in Cincinnati.
They're down three.
They don't have to score a touchdown here.
They can just get into field goal range.
Right? Uh, there's three minutes and eight seconds left, and from the look of it, they do have no time outs, Right? So it's a difficult situation.
The balls on their own 18 yard line.
Okay, there was no pre season this year.
He played 12 games his junior year, 15 games the senior year.
This is this first game of his NFL career.
No warm ups, no pre season.
And I don't know if you're I don't care if you're Chargers can They are a very good defense.
Melvin Ingram Baller.
Hey, Ball polar.
They have dudes all over this defense.
Okay, I know German James is out there. Still Good.
Okay, so it's just gonna watch what he does.
Your interesting first thing he does this is actually spread everybody out and it's a Q B drop.
His was not designed, But you get the coverage you want.
They probably felt good about this.
Hey, let's spread him out.
He also in this game had a big run.
This is the game.
When we had that in the first quarter, he had, like, a 35 yard touchdown run.
Right? So, Joey, be faster than you think.
Sets it up, Get on.
His blocker gets down Second in short, linemen, do me a favor.
If we're calling a quarterback draw, make a decision and do not let the quarterback run into your back.
Get down the field, you know? Get out of the way.
Get out of the way, Block! Somebody hit somebody I concur.
Rush, He's in the pocket.
He's just taking a check here.
He just got a little jerk out underneath.
Great ball placement.
Look for this. Ball's thrown.
Okay, Lets caught right in front of him.
Receiver shakes away from him.
Almost caught again.
Get the 1st 1st down.
Don't worry about the second and two.
Don't worry about Rip.
Get the 1st 1st down.
Okay, it was second and three.
It's now 1st and 10.
Joe spreads them out again to one of the things about getting an empty is.
They can't do as much because they can't show coverage and bringing people.
So that's why you see a lot of young quarterbacks.
Aaron are an empty because it just cleans up the look.
So three to his left to to his rights, a four man rush.
And he's just thinking. And Duncan.
He knows he could stop the clock.
It's just a little whip route.
Get out of bounds.
Good play and another second, in short, believe this is tight end.
I like what he does here, so it's almost like the guys gonna run a drag she, Tyler Boyd.
The White out looks like this guy is going to come and, like, run a shallow cross, her drag.
He puts his foot any whips out, and that's fine.
Everybody has that in their playbook.
Watching Joe's eyes watch his eyes looked at this way to try and hold Number 59 then allow Tyler Boyd to get in and out of Joe's.
Looking down here last second widens back out.
That's just enough time without lying.
Covering him had nothing to do with the plane that's beautiful to you.
See, Vigil kind of slipped back a little bit, and I believe he's a former Bengal himself.
8 to 12 No time out.
But we got the two minute warning exactly that.
It's a great point if one way to stop the clock for free gather getting out, playing zone coverage again.
Now, why depart skinny posts? Why depart? Bang eight.
Let's watch Joe's eyes.
I bet they go left a little bit.
They dio over the linebacker underneath that corner and moving the safety 1st.
2nd balls ripped.
Cool says emergency.
Get up, receiver.
Hand the ball to the referee.
Don't leave it on the ground that one of the defenders kick it and slow the clock down.
Hand the ball to the referee. Get back.
Two minute warning.
So they didn't need the They didn't.
They didn't use the time out.
They just for the two minute warning and and play before the two minute warning.
Feel good about going over the middle? You know, you got that two minute buffer.
So you got your playing with the whole field.
We saw Russell pretty much playing outside the hashes, even though the hash is air tight in this league.
But really outside the numbers, even.
That's a great point.
Yeah, the last being eight. Knowing that.
Like, don't worry about If you stay in bounds, learn to buy two.
So they run the ball draw.
You could get 55 10 yards.
Not a lot of people like to run the ball in these situations.
I dio as long as you can get on it really quickly.
Okay, so let's see what time it's time.
So a minute 45 the clock is running their on it quick.
You took 15 seconds off the clock to do that, Go wide, depart out mhm falls out, stops the clock and gets the first fresh set of downs.
See if this counts.
Third, he had not stopping Haka.
Yeah, Let the clock run in that situation.
So, bone, the clock was started again.
Rough got out of there.
Anything I tell them to go faster or at least any more time.
What? Just giving this guy an opportunity, clearing him out, running him here and then given number three an opportunity to do whatever and get out of it.
Run a little option route.
Maybe he could have the slot fade.
Takes the auction route because its third and seven get the 1st 1st round.
Look at how fast the boys out it.
I was trying to handle all the reps. Fast began.
Got it. Get down.
Grabs the ball. Hands it to the ref.
Now the rolling minute. 30 six.
Because Bradley is like, Oh, no, I got a Now a rookie quarterback has got ice in his veins.
All right, there in a two by two, he's flushing forward throws it.
Remember correctly this just like an absolute dime.
He's coming forward.
Two hands on the ball.
You will not find any place of Joe Burrow moving around in the pocket without two hands on the ball.
You literally won't wanna play.
But not even in college.
Not even in high school.
E probably in high school.
Last year there was 15 games.
We watched a lot of Gruden.
He just control what he can control.
And he's like, That's a completely controllable thing.
There's nothing to do with talent or ability or height hand sized.
That is just a decision that you make to be fundamentally sound on it.
Now he's got pressure from his left people. Uh huh.
These guys are all gonna wrap around and come here, Rusher.
Very, very scary Throw.
Look at that corner up top that trap corner.
He's if that ball is let him lead him too far outside, he gets hammered.
If you layers that air, floats it out there, he gets hammered or pick if it's ripped on on him. And on time.
Three quick hitch boom balls on him much.
That's all. Pro first team All Pro cornerback.
I don't know about first team, but he's all pro cornerback ball or 57 seconds left.
Never had a time out.
Okay, three by one, Middlefield closed.
Single receiver, backside. Great.
Give him a chance.
But unfortunately, the referee winds the clock.
He doesn't get out.
You're not worried about down, so they run up, they gotta be there.
Clock it or get or have a quick throw and get it out of his hand. Quick.
In this case, they just run.
Anybody ever seen double stick before? Quick outs on both sides again? You guys have seen some high school type route clear in a situation.
Alright, Don't over complicated running background check down over the ball outside.
Guys want to spray? Released out inside.
Guys were a little stick routes.
We all have it in our playbook, but Joe doesn't just go.
Well, everyone wants it.
He doesn't puts it right on the guy's case.
It's second and short.
Great ball placement.
Emergency gets them fresh.
They believe fresh set of downs.
All right, so now we're no per 2nd and 5 21 2nd spot.
All they need is get in the field goal range, which they are.
That would be to tie it up and go toe over time, though.
We're not just perfect.
Just trying to win 18 seconds left just literally kicks it out here.
This is like a cool flood combination of top of the running backs releasing the flat.
Joe's dropping, Sees it.
Get the ball out right now.
I bet this was a three and a hitch. Timing.
Take a shot in the back of the end zone, but he peaks.
This really quickly shuts his feet down, dropping boot.
And so he gets right to his base to hope right in his all his cleats on the ground.
And he's like, mid crossover. It's not even a drop.
Gets into the back.
Come through, flip out of bounds.
Yeah, kind of flu football bands first in three.
You wanna kick it? Feel going? Goto over time.
No, Drop a dime A J green.
Ball placement ripped outside full extension, but a J green Bunches off really good again Tony Toto at least 2 ft in the whole thing.
They call it a touchdown.
No, extends his arm.
Look at that ball placement.
First game guys never played in an NFL game before.
And did it look? Can't believe it did.
It looked like he was.
They don't even need to score a touchdown.
By the way, you could just go over your rookie my first game.
Just go to overtime.
Not Joe Burrow, because he legitimately believed that they were going to protection.
So they went on to kick the field goal.
Their kicker cramps and the guy missed it.
And they have lost the game.
That was That was a heartbreaker.
Our breaker week.
One first NFL game.
But there's some stuff in there, guys, the two minute situation getting the 1st 1st down, understanding the situation, knowing when you could stop the clock keeping two hands on the ball accuracy and ball placement.
But everything core fundamental belief that the Bengals were going to score.
Yeah, but I think one of the most impressive things I saw from both quarterbacks is obviously that that kind of late game accuracy that I really think only comes with confidence from watching it as a former player myself.
Other thing that I would notice well is it seemed like Russell again.
I don't know who who's calling what.
But it seemed like all of his looks were pretty clean.
And it was either a play that was gonna work or a play that it was gonna miss.
And it was quickly kind of onto the next one, which I think might come with a little bit more kind of veteran feel.
And then with Joe, really impressive, accurate throws and what it seemed like was not that much time to throw and, you know, kind of a lot going on in front of him where he was really having to make it happen.
But real quick, Jordan Before, before we let you take off here, this kind of leaves me thio.
Russell Wilson, 10 years in the league, Joe Burrow is a rookie.
These air kind of guys from two different generations of quarterback, really, and as we know the quarterback position is always evolving.
I'd love to hear from your perspective kind of the state of the quarterback position right now, Yeah, have all been progressing.
Those are the two words that come to mind.
Um, I think about like this.
So, um, I love surfing.
Grew up in Southern California and surfing.
I like to surf, but also follow surfing on Ben.
I'm not into it, but in Southern California, motorcross is a big thing, right? Her bites and all that stuff.
Okay, so those two sports, it's pretty crazy.
Like there was a year where no one had ever done a backflip on a on a dirt bike.
Right? And so people have tried.
They got a phone pit, and they all went practice.
They land the phone pit, and then finally, some dude, it was like a red bull special.
Okay, Like he's gonna land it and everyone's waiting for the next year or something like that.
The place goes nuts the next year, like 15 dudes could do it, and they were working on double back.
Yeah, you know what I mean? Surfing like it used to be about, like, carving and all that.
And then all of a sudden, dude started launching and landing it.
They started launching and doing three sixties and landed it like one guy did a huge air and then you fast forward two or three years.
And if you can't land a 3 60 every single way, you can't even you can't thrive.
The sport progressive so fast Baseball doesn't rest that fast like 20 years ago.
Throwing the ball 100 miles an hour was fast in 2020.
Throwing the ball 100 miles an hour is fast.
People don't throw it 1 14.
You know what I mean? Like, hasn't progressed that much.
Quarterback has also been one of those systems.
It doesn't progress a lot, and in the last decade it has progressed.
It's on and it's the It's the quarterbacks ability to create time and space.
That's why it's progressing and it's the future of the position.
The other thing that's happening right now, reason it's evolving is it's more equal opportunity than it's ever been before.
You kind of you stick all the quarterbacks used to look the same.
I'm not just talking about from a racial standpoint.
I'm talking about like they're all 64 and if you're 6 ft man, there's no way you're going to get a scholarship.
No, like left handers and the NFL.
If you just played a big time school, it was almost impossible to make it.
But look what's happening.
We got 5 10 5 11.
Heisman Trophy is going number one overall.
Showed you a video of 5 11 Guy Russell Wilson.
We're gonna have our second guy this year.
Drafted in the top five from North Dakota State and FCF School in like the last five years.
Person wins this year to be Trey Lands.
We have been trying Fitzpatrick to put through it in two.
Is the left handed kid from Hawaii? A tiny island off the coast of California is the number five pick in the draft.
Is a national champion with your small school? Whatever the ethnicity.
Rich for right handed, left handed.
There's all different kinds of ways to make it.
And so, with recruiting and game time and social media and all the websites, if you're good, they could find you used to have to go to the camp and the 64 and play on one of these schools to even get opportunity to get noticed.
And this is not the case anymore, so it's more wide open and it's also it's getting bigger in other countries.
There's our first kid this year, Alex Alex.
He's from Germany, He's from Munich.
He's a full ride.
You probably would have been at the Elite 11 this year if it wasn't for Coben, and he's legitimately going to TCU and he's gonna try and start and he's from Germany.
It's incredible all over him playing to Jake's.
Claypool's an awesome player everyone's gonna be talking about.
He's from Vancouver, Canada.
So there's people coming from other countries.
There's people coming from their states that they didn't used Thio right handed, left handed, tall, short.
There's more ways to work it.
And if you could create time and space and extend the play and you fit in with the future of the position, if you can't, I would make a concerted effort to develop that part of your game.
Continuing to develop as we all are, your continue developing your craft.
I'm continuing our craft as a player with one thing that is your job.
Bar None is to continue to improve and understand your skill set.
Understand your weaknesses, What you need to work on.
But Jordan appreciate you so much, man.
Thank you for being on on very excited about this show.
Kicking off at 9 p.m. On Wednesday.
This was just a little doe.
What do you think? What do you think about the first show? You excited? This is fun.
I need I need feedback.
I need somebody to D if you're watching this and you are on if you go on Instagram and DME Jordan Palmer, it could be something I need to know. Honestly.
And if you're hating on going like there, that's not how this works.
Uh, it's fun. It's easy.
And I mean, there's there's no shortage of content.
We'll find some stuff to break down things next week.
So you feedback.
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Hey, I watched your thing and it was wack I watched your thing.
Can we do more of this? Um, yeah.
We're gonna be cutting it up.
We're gonna be segmented up for the people who didn't catch it live.
So don't you worry.
But, Jordan once again, man, appreciate you joining us.
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Let us know anything before we sign off, Jordan, or I am going to end it here.
I would say this if you guys have a really have a guest that you really wanna have on here, we could maybe looking also kick me off.
Guys, you gotta get me off.
Get someone better in this chair.
Jordan's gonna be breaking it down.
He's gonna be covering the most relevant topics.
I'm only a soft seven.
We got to get a hard eight on here.
Everybody have a great night.