I was reading an article called: Quarterback Development: When Practice Reports Are Useless. http://mattwaldmanrsp.com/2012/08/16/quarterback-development-when-practice-reports-are-useless/ "However, I think Brady’s quote at the top of this piece indicates something that perhaps even Brady hadn’t thought about when he said the things that Brown analyzed in the past. Brady is willing to take risks to fail. Test every angle. Take note of each failure and look for what he can and can’t do with a play call, a defense, a formation, and a passing window. The first-day quarterback prospects that we’ve seen fail miserably are the ones that have lost their capacity to embrace risk. Trent Edwards, John Beck, and David Carr were all confident pocket passers willing to throw the ball down field and into tight windows as college passers and even early in their pro careers. Somewhere along the way, they had this willingness to embrace risk beaten out of them by opposing defenses and/or coaches. They lost the will to continue failing until they experienced success. Most practice reports that feature quarterback work are analysis of completions, interceptions, touchdowns, and quality of a throw. When we learn about development, it’s generally in vague terms:" This made me instantly think of locker. He has continued to throw risky balls regardless and in this train of thought... That's probably the best thing for him as a young QB. We can all have our different opinion on the guy, and many people here have been struggling about his 10/17 completions in the last practice. So lets bring it up, does the camp numbers still scare you or do you think it's a matter of learning still?