I am surprised no one has mentioned the issue of our center snapping the ball too low on a regular basis during yesterday’s game. When the QB has to bend his knees and look down to catch the snap it really impacts the timing of the plays. There were a few times when the receiver would go in motion behind the QB and had to dodge the QB’s backside because the QB was bent down to catch the low snap. I mentioned to the guy sitting next to me very early in the game that the low snaps were hurting the offensive timing . And my thoughts were compounded with that disastrous play in the third quarter when the snap literally rolled on the ground to Allen causing a critical turnover.
Anybody else notice that? They need to get that corrected or start a smaller quarterback like King where the low snaps would not look as being too low.