Originally Posted by xjxdarren
My point is not that he made wrong decisions today, but that the entire Baylor defense was nowhere, absolutely nowhere near the caliber to put him into any distress where he would make wrong decisions. That's why in spite of all the firework he put in the air and the jaw-dropping numbers printed in stat-sheets, his performance today needs to be taken with more than a grain of salt. Much more.
Got ya. Still... he destroyed a fellow Big 12 team today. Yes, it was Baylor. He was still lights out, though. That cannot be denied. There are a lot of QBs that still make bad throws occasionally even with lots of time to throw or when throwing to open WRs. He did not miss a single one of those today from what I saw. He did what he was supposed to do today. He did way more, in all honesty.