Talk about a microscope. One hour of one OTA.
He just keeps getting better and better, and people forget what they were saying and thinking in times past. He keeps getting judged by a higher and higher standard.
I'm glad he's letting it fly. I'd rather him throw some picks in 7-on7 OTA drills, it if helps him develop rhythm in getting the ball out of there. His coach yelled that he needed to hit his checkdowns on those plays. (He never seems to check down, which seems like a habit that could be improved).