Denver's Passing Attack . . .
An observation, and a question:
Some NFL passing attacks I notice - often, but not all the time - the receivers will sprint to an open spot, stop and wait for the QB to hit them. NE and Pitt seem to do this a lot. Their receivers will often just head for the biggest opening they see while looking back at the QB and wait for the ball. Denver doesn't seem to do that. On the contrary, I'll see Denver receivers stick with their patterns no matter if there are 2 defenders right in their path.
My question is: Does Denver's passing attack allow the receiver to just head an open spot if he sees one and I am just missing it; or is Denver's passing attack so regimented an inaccurate QB like Jake will never be able to get the passing O clicking?