I agree, his accuracy has to be better next week... I do think that it looks worse than it is though. We have a lot of drops, I know, drops happen, but, it seems to happen to us a lot.
There were also 2 plays in a row last night where Q's passes looked AWFUL, but, I think the blame was actually on the WR. One was a second down and McCants was running some sort of in route at the hash. Q threw and the ball landed behind McCants, looked like Q missed him badly. What I think I saw was that there was a safety in the spot where McCants would have been in Q hit him in stride. Most offenses have some "option" to the route where if the WR and QB read that the defense is in a zone, the WR settles down into the zone rather than running their route into a defender. I'll never know if our offense is that sophisticated, or, if Q just missed badly, but, to me, it looked like Q expected Tyree to settle down into an area of the field that was open and pick up the first.
On 3rd down, I swear it was nearly the same play and the announcers even indicated that Q was telling the WR that they ran the wrong route.
My point is, for Gilbert to come out and kind of single out MVS as finally learning the offense, I wonder how many of Q's horrible throws are really that far off vs a receiver not reacting to the defense the way they should. I said in the in-game thread, but, one of the biggest differences between this year and last is our WR play... Drops, blocking, routes, coming back to Q when he's scrambling. All of it seems pretty bad. Some could be WR coach, could be that Q is so inaccurate that they don't know how to react, could be that they have seen Q make so many great plays that they are complacent, they are expecting him to make something happen.