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Anne here is a link that you can use on NE that backs up your comments that Weeden throws threw to an area & the receivers ran under it.
Gets streaky with his accuracy and ball placement, but shows the capability of making stick throws when he’s on target. Prone to raising his back foot on release, leaving him unbalanced – which causes a lot of his passes to get thrown high and/or behind the wide receiver. College offense naturally created open space for receivers to adjust to erratic ball placement. Again, when he’s in a rhythm, you see the potential for a very accurate NFL quarterback. How far he progresses in his consistency in this area, once again, comes down to mechanical improvements and consistency.
Style of offense did not require him to play with much anticipation, and often threw to open-spaced areas.
This report also tells why he had so many batted down balls.
Has a pitcher’s mechanics – locks his front knee, raises his back leg upon release, and has an inconsistent release point due to bringing the ball so far back behind his head during wind-up (which causes him to throw sidearm at times).