For me the jury is still out. With all the injuries for me I can’t make a judgement yet. What I want to see is upgrading the Receiving group and see what he does in the offseason and give him a chance for another year. Unless your a very elite QB most QB are going to struggle with Rogers and pascal as your one and two. I want to see if going into next season as the man and with no drama what happens. Campbell had a TD earlier in the season where he threw it to the spot. Being the guy he can go into the offseason and work with his WR on their own time like Luck did. Can another offseason and working with them and a WR coach help with timing and anticipation. I don’t know the answers to that but am willing to give him next season to see before making a rash judgement.
If the talent gap is so huge, you can understand then why many want someone closer to the level of Luck.
BTW, TY missed 2.5 games with Luck, and was hobbled for several other games (with low snap counts). TY missing time with JB is something that Luck experienced as well. Luck also spent a third of his season with musical chairs in the OL and without Mack. X WR was also a revolving door of Grant - Inman - Pascal. Luck was also without Doyle, and only real option was Ebron. Let's not act like Luck had more weapons.
"Seriously people get over your hatred for Ck. This is Riecks protege. He would not be on the team if coach didn't think he had a chance to be good."
I don't hate him, I just don't see where all the love comes from. He's done nothing in the NFL except throw some passes in meaningless pre season games. I'm guessing if he was a great as you think he is he'd be starting. I can't image Frank and Chris would let a super bowl caliber QB languish on the PS where he could be poached by some QB hungry team. I hope he gets a good look in the off season, but I'm not expecting much.