See the receiver that is one on one, throw ball to where your player has best chance to catch it. Test the D.
Jacoby never seems to spot this situation, and has shown no proclivity to being able to place the ball downfield.
Poor anticipation x trying to make up for it with a hard throw = all kinds of problems.
Maybe with a couple more years of practice practice practice he gets considerably better at what bothers so many of us. Good luck to the powers that be on whether they choose to ride That Horse.
I expect that. But I am hoping for a first or second round QB to be on the roster, and waiting to take over. Which means JB is a stop gap player. If there is not a young promising QB on this roster next season it will be time to start doubting Ballard and Reich...