Richard Lagow and the Interception Machine


Four-hundred and thirty-eight pass attempts into the Richard Lagow-era and we are still slightly uncertain about his ability and potential.  On one hand, he was a strong-armed gun-slinger, unafraid of taking shots downfield.  On the other hand, he often underthrew deep passes despite the arm strength, forced too many passes, and was unable to escape pressure.  So how does he compare to his predecessor, Nate Sudfeld, or even the serviceable Cam Coffman?

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