But even with that, we're looking at game stats with over 60% completion, 3 TDs, over 7.5 ypa, and 1 INT that wasn't his fault. He also got us some yards on the ground (when you take out that "interesting" series to end the game). I guess what I'm getting at is that this is a young, developing QB who had a bad game and it wasn't even bad in retrospect. This is a guy that a team can win with. And, very important, when the team was down and his protection broke down he made the money throw of the game for the long TD to Spruce. Work in progress at QB, but I'm close to feeling comfortable as long as he proves over the next couple that this was an example of a day he didn't have it rather than a regression that becomes the norm.