Why Vince Young’s Key to Success This Year Will Be to Simply Relax

April 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

All throughout the offseason, people have been talking about what Vince Young needs to do to continue having success as a starter and finally silence all his critics.
The answer is simple: relax.
People make it sound like rocket science when trying to explain what he needs to do or how he needs to play.
“He needs to do this.”
“He’s gotta do more of that”
It’s really not that complex.
In the 2008-09 season, Kerry Collins threw just seven interceptions and was sacked only eight times.
He didn’t force a pass. He didn’t sit in the pocket too long. He didn’t make bad decisions. If there was nothing there, he simply threw it away, and that’s all he needed to do.
What does that mean to Vince Young? It means as long as he doesn’t put himself under too much pressure and just plays smart, he can a...

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