Putting the stopwatch on Michael Vick’s and Nick Foles’ release times in 2012

Michael Vick and Nick Foles dropped back to pass, by my count, 740 times last season. Over the last few days, I’ve watched all 740 of them, and timed every dropback from snap to release, snap to sack, or snap to scramble that reached the line of scrimmage.

The overall results:

Total average

To put Vick’s average of 3 seconds in perspective, according to Pro Football Focus’ John Castellane, only three QBs got the ball out slower than Vick:

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    Yeah, unlike McNabb , I actually LIKE Vick as a person and a player.. If we got him when he was 26 and he had the same mentality he had now I think you can win with his athleticism and coach him up a little bit… Problem is his athleticism is too far gone, he’s WAY too injury prone and I don’t believe he’ll be coach-able enough…If we can even unload him for a 5th, that would be huge

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