Josh Freeman Thinks Nerves Caused His Inaccuracy
Was it the concussion or was it nerves?
Here is what Josh Freeman had to say.
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Freeman said he felt prepared enough for the game, but he thought some of his inaccuracy was caused by nerves.
“Looking back, maybe I was a little too fired up at first,” he said. “There’s definitely a lot of correctable things, things that going into the game I would’ve banked on me being able to complete or get done on the field, but at the same time we weren’t able to do so, so I’m moving forward and just got to find a way to be better prepared.”
“I think with any quarterback, there’s a lot of times where read one, read two, step out of the pocket, moving, there’s just that comfort level when you know where you’re going with the ball and you’re comfortable stepping up in the pocket and getting your feet set,” Freeman said. “Then accuracy goes way up. There were obviously some shots, looking back, I could hit in my sleep, but in the game they were maybe a little high. That made it hard on my guys.”