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His low YPA has nothing to do with being a rookie.  He was gun-shy and risk averse in college as well.  He plays it safe and goes to his check downs when the big play isn't wide open.  Doubt that will change.

I disagree.His YPA is being dragged down with his first game performance (4.5).  This last performance he was (7.3).  Glennon had a lot of INT's in college which indicated he was taking too many risks and now needs to find a balanced middle ground.

I think that's more of a "coaching" issue than a "Glennon" issue.

Partly but he has to look more downfield for the intermediate routes.  He is a rookie so people expecting stardom are being a bit unrealistic because that is what they are asking (8-9 YPA).