RSP Boiler Room No.11: Paxton Lynch Part III


Two more plays from the Memphis QB’s game versus Ole Miss. These plays are more specific to Lynch as a NFL prospect.

I’m having fun watching Paxton Lynch, because there are a ton of discussion points with the quarterback’s game. This is true of many quarterbacks, which is why the position is so tricky to project. The first play in this video is an example of Lynch’s arm talent. The second is a touchdown pass to Lynch’s third read in the red zone. It’s a fine play, but I also explain why this play–in context with the rest of this game–may lead some analysts and scouts to question the intent of Lynch’s ball placement on the throw.

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