Freeman just stares down Vjax, then if he's not open, he'll look to check down to whoever
Inaccurate at best. He's going through reads... A qb cannot turn his head to look at each read - a good DB would eat his lunch.
I watched the game again and only looked at Freeman's passes. There was only one case where he scanned the field, threw to VJax, and came away with a completion. In the majority of other passes to Jackson, there were no other patterns he could have possibly looked at from the way his head was situated. On the deep incompletion to Jackson in the first drive, if he looked off the safety to Jacksons direction and hit Mike Williams, that would have been a TD.
I obviously exaggerate about Freeman never making his progressions, he does, but good things rarely come out of that.
Mike Williams and Dallas Clark really need to get more separation though. Same with Parker. The few plays that Freeman scanned the field, none were even close to being open.
Also, they really have to use Stocker to exploit zones. I saw quite a few opportunities.
Most importantly though, Freeman has to run and really needs to learn how to use pump fakes.