When I watch Locker I think of the "bad Brett Favre": 1. He has an absolute rocket arm--and his receivers haven't adjusted yet. Every single game there were 2-4 passes where he hit the receiver quickly and right on the numbers and the throw was so hard it bounced off their hands. These guys are going from a classic "touch" passer (Hasselbeck) to a baseball thrower. If both they and he can adjust the completion rate will get better. If not things will only get worse. 2. Locker trusts his arm too much. He tries to thread needles he shouldn't thread like Favre often did and that's where he gets PDs and INTs a lot. Favre made enough plays with those throws that people could overlook many of the times he did't. Hopefully Locker will learn to pick his spots better with a better OC/QB coach. 3. Locker also tries to make too much happen under pressure, e.g. flip passes to nobody, scrambling sideways when he should just take off and get 1-3 yards. And that got chronically worse when the O-line went to pot this year. I think Locker's issues are all fixable, but if we don't get our OC hire right and shore up the O-line then the kid might be ruined in two more years.