Pittsburgh Steelers’ Dennis Dixon Utilizies Feet Rather Than Scheme

August 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Dennis Dixon could be found running out of pocket after pocket during the Steelers first preseason game.
Even with receivers wide open right in front of him, Dixon, like a stallion doing the high step dance, trotted out of bounds instead of looking down the field while rolling out of the pocket.
To see Dixon run instead of being composed in a perfectly good pocket does not lend itself to opening up the competition any further than it has.
It is up to Dixon to step up to the plate and hit a home run.
Dixon thinking he can run around all the bases without having to launch the ball out of the park is laughable. He is competing for the quarterback position, not running back.
Mike Tomlin leaving the window of competition open for Dixon to step up to the plate as a legit QB in this league has to stop, contrary to what a lot of fans or his agent think.
Coaches spend entirely way too much passion and energy developing a game plan. How many thousands of hours are s...

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