Now, let's state up front that a lot of that has to do with protection. When the Ravens protect him, you can see his confidence soar. The protection wasn't good on the initial drive, and you saw what happened. He still has, I think, subpar pocket awareness, and some of that simply is because he didn't play in an offense in college with seven-step drops. (It was virtually all shotgun at Delaware.) But when he gets his feet set and squares his shoulders, he can look really good. I'm not an offensive guru, but I still believe when Cam Cameron puts him in the spread or the no-huddle, it seems to sharpen his focus. Maybe it's simply a case of feeling comfortable, since all his success in college came from playing in the spread, but when he makes one strong confident throw, it tends to be a catalyst for him that leads to a good night.