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In 7 games the season AM had 7 fumbles and 3 INT's. In 2019 he had 8 fumbles and 9 INT's. In 2018 he had 12 fumbles and 8 INT's. Does anyone see a pattern here? Is this all caused by poor O-line play? If he can't learn to hang onto the ball he shouldn't be starting imo. Giving that many drive killers and/or turning the ball over simply isn't going to produce a lot of winning football imo.[4QUOTE="JonnyV, post: 4849991, member: 6286"]
The fumbles are my big concern with AM...and can we keep him or any QB on the field an entire season with all the hits they take.
I wish I could remember the specifics but I can't so I'll preface this by saying it's not an absolute fact. However I believe at least one fumble was due to a bad snap. Two fumbles he was hit blind side in throwing motion when a defensive guy went untouched and I believe another was a running back exchange.