"Mechanically he's fine, but being totally realistic when I look at these tapes, he's missed some throws that he's got to hit," Jaworski said. "There have been some wildly inaccurate throws and that's uncommon for Joe. I think Joe should be probably be a 62 to 63 percent passer in this style of offense. Normally with quarterbacks like Joe, I'd say you have to be about 67, 68, somewhere in there. He's not in that [Drew] Brees, [Aaron] Rodgers' category where they are up there around 70. This is a downfield passing attack. This is not a dink-and-dunk, bubble-screen style. Yeah, there is a screen game, normally to Ray Rice, but if you look at those guys throwing 70 percent, their passes are behind the line of scrimmage pretty much. This is not the Ravens' style under Cam Cameron. They are more of a shot team, a down-the-field team. Those are not high-completion percentage throws even for the best."