Tag: Drew Brees RSP

  • Mark Schofield’s NFL Lens: Drew Brees and “Getting it Done”

    Mark Schofield’s NFL Lens: Drew Brees and “Getting it Done”

    RSP contributor Mark Schofield showcases how Drew Brees relied on traits of his game not often associated with him to beat the Baltimore Ravens pressure.  No, this is not a “Larry the Cable Guy” bit. This is, however, an analysis of a quarterback perhaps stepping outside his comfort zone to “get it done.” One of […]

  • Mark Schofield’s RSP NFL Lens: QB Drew Brees (Saints) and No-Throw Decision-Making

    Mark Schofield’s RSP NFL Lens: QB Drew Brees (Saints) and No-Throw Decision-Making

    Rookie Scouting Portfolio writer Mark Schofield showcases a throwing window that Saints quarterback Drew Brees decides not attack and why it was a great decision.  When evaluating quarterbacks, a great deal of emphasis is placed upon the decisions they make, the throws they attempt, and the production data that they deliver. But just as important […]

  • The NFL Lens: Anticipation and Touch with Drew Brees

    The NFL Lens: Anticipation and Touch with Drew Brees

    The only facets of ideal quarterback play where I couldn’t use Drew Brees as a model are a rocket arm and height. I have a much broader range of acceptable traits with my quarterback scouting than most. Learn why.  Quarterbacks are time travelers. The ball represents the present. Where they want the ball to go […]