I can appreciate this comment; however, I feel that then, JT supplemented below average passing with a hunger to make a play at all costs. JT would run to make a play then.
As sad at it is, JT looks indecisive. He's lost the killer instinct and doesn't run when we need him to. It seems he's trying to prove he can be a great passer. Whether he is trying to prove that for his NFL draft stock, he's scared to get injured again, or he's being told to not run-- he's not progressing the offense. Given that this loss is frankly the culmination of cumulative failures and inconstancies, there is no room for excuses. Lets try a QB who wants to run if the receivers are not getting open or creating separation. Lets start a QB who is ready for the zone look, and throws the ball where the receiver should be. Business is business-- lets move on.