Exactly. I was reading an article I think from Monday's Observer where they dissected the 4th down sack. They discussed it with him and he admitted that he didn't throw the ball because he was afraid to throw an Int. First of all it was fourth down, how is an Int worse than a sack or incompletion when you are going to turn the ball over on downs if you don't make the pass. Secondly how can you be successful when instead of trying to make a play you are focused on not making a mistake. Sure if you are up 14 points then caution is appropriate, but when you are behind you have to take chances and make things happen.
This just reinforced what many folks are seeing. He is afraid to throw it down the field and doesn't trust he can make the hard throws unless a guy is wide open or it is in desperation. Anyone who has played sports at any level knows you can't be afraid to make mistakes. It just makes things worse not better and kills your confidence. Just like David Carr.
I agree but the same people here who tell him to throw it into double coverage call him an idiot after he throws into double coverage.