Originally Posted by Vin
Considering the bad passes that Mark has thrown these past two years without Braylon, it's logical to believe that Braylon would've caught those overthrown-4-feet-above-his-head passes that Mark does with regularity(which result in INTs/INC).
He never was much of an accurate passer even during the AFCCG-years anyway...
His completion percentage can attest to that...
The 2009-2010 "AFCCG Years" featured a 24 year old kid being given no time to develop on the bench behind a mentor. Instead, he was thrown into the fire, was awful for his first 8 games, terrific in the 20 games that followed.
The 2011-2012 "Wasted Years" featured a battle-tested quarterback who can't develop because he's got no skill players anymore, no running game anymore, no line anymore.
The 2013-2014 "Redemption Years" will feature a new head coach, a new offensive coordinator, and a newfound focus on the offensive side of the ball and with legitimate weapons again he's got a chance to show us something.