Nope. As I stated. Those guys could hit guys in the numbers. There problems early on were decision making (throwing into traffic) and understanding the defenses. The game was 100 mph to them so of course you're going to expect their numbers to be poor. Locker hasn't learned how to read a defense 2 seasons into his career, he makes questionable decisions STILL, and he's one of the most erratic passers I've ever seen at the NFL level. He's no good. Just wait, we're wasting time and resources with him.