LOL. Could the bias be any more obvious? This is always going to be the story with Locker. He's going to have those "well placed" (as much as we as fans feel the need to point out his well placed balls, should tell you everything you need to know about his accuracy) throws that are right on the money and make him look the part. But he's going to come right back with the trash throw into double coverage or the one that sails 15 yards over the target on 3rd and manageable. What I saw from the Bengals game, he checked down a lot early, And I struggle to even say check down because he really is still 1 read and the balls out because he STILL can't go through his progressions. The Bengals played soft at the line so he hit a lot of open receivers early on. But anything down field still proves to be nonexistent with him under center, as result he only put up 3 points, and despite the missed field goals (part of the game), 3's aren't 6's.