I don't want him to force throws either, but he can get rid of it. On the pick, it was third down so he's not gonna throw it away, but my issue is the placement of the throw, not the decision. He put the ball right where it needed to be on the TDs to Hilton and Campbell. But on the pick? It was too far to the inside, especially for a well-covered receiver.
On the first sack (I think), Mack was open in the flat, and JB didn't see him. There were others.
Thanks for the kind words.
I'm not trying to be a wise guy but exactly how did Brissett throw him open? He was wide open on his own. That was an easy throw that any QB in the league should complete. And if he would have thrown it behind him it would have been a bad pass.
One impression I am getting is that this is a low priority thing to deal with as far as the Colts are concerned …….Or they wanted to see if people where gonna call Ballard to inquire about trading him .
Yup, he was crazy open. And I'm pretty sure he was the primary read. That's what we missed last year (separation). Cain was wide open on multiple occasions but JB didn't find him. One of my biggest concerns with JB is that he struggles going through progressions. Hoping the game slows down for him.