2018 First Sound: Interception Series Hub

[dt_divider style=”thick” /]Inside the Pylon has football fans covered from every angle. If you want to see visual breakdowns of some of the top draft prospects every season, the Inside the Pylon YouTube channel is your place. Over there you will find countless videos putting prospects under the microscope. Here is Mark Schofield’s 2018 Interception Series, breaking down the mistakes made by some of the top quarterbacks in this draft class. Sometimes you can learn more about a quarterback studying their mistakes, rather than their great plays. The videos are listed in the order uploaded. For the First Sound Series you can click here. Note that these videos include only the interceptions from the regular season, as they were created before the bowl games.

Sam Darnold’s 12 Interceptions – Darnold might have a very high upside, but is there cause for concern with his high number of turnovers?

Baker Mayfield’s 5 Interceptions – The perils of aggression?

Lamar Jackson’s 6 Interceptions – Lamar Jackson faces many questions about transitioning to the NFL as a quarterback. Mark Schofield grabbed a Bobby Petrino playbook, studied it, and then applied it to the mistakes Jackson made in 2017 to learn more about the Louisville QB.

Josh Rosen’s 10 Interceptions – Miscommunication and Classic Blunders

Josh Allen’s 6 Interceptions – Again with Allen, there is usually something for people on both sides of the debate.

Mason Rudolph’s 9 Interceptions – Ball placement, processing speed and decision making are critical themes examined in this video.

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