Do you remember the major knock on Cam before the draft -- accuracy?
Interesting tidbit on ESPN yesterday: Merrill Hodge was graphically presenting Cam's inaccuracy by comparing to proper outcomes. The long connection to Armanti, had he led him instead of making him go down for it, "should have been a touchdown"; the overthrow to the endzone "should have been a touchdown." He showed Cam's bad throwing stance with accompanying results. He showed how the pros do it; he even showed how Mallett did it in his debut. The gist of his report is that accuracy can't be taught.
This team has committed to our #1 pick to the point that they hired the QB Coach with perhaps the best reputation as such in the NFL; they hired a QB successful in Chud's playbook just to mentor Cam.
I believe you can teach the QB to work from the pocket, you can teach drop-back and stance, you can even teach throwing motion, but when all is said and done can you teach accuracy? Among Anderson, Shula, and Chudzinski, let's hope Merrill is wrong.