The drops are frustrating. To everyone from the receiver to his quarterback, teammates, coaches and fans.
They represent mental mistakes that often result in drives stalled and opportunities lost.
Florida State quarterback James Blackman dropped back 43 times in the season-opening loss to Georgia Tech (perhaps way too much as FSU struggled to establish the run, but that's another story). It’s fair to criticize Blackman’s completion percentage (53.4), the costly interception and the strip-sack fumble. It’s also fair to say three drops could have turned the Seminoles . . .
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