The thing that jumped out at me was how preditably consistant Clausen was. In reality that isn't a good thing. If the coach of another team can easily see your pattern is so consistant, they can pick you off easily. Hence what happened on Saturday and maybe the reason for so many inceptions last season. Yes, interception can come from being too predictable.
Being a little eract can go a long way in keeping the coaches guessing. And, IMO, will keep our receivers on their toes instead of feeling it will automatically land where they expect it cause if you automatically expect it at a certain spot all the time, then so will your rivals.
In saying that, I still feel that Clausen should start the season for the bear fact that he deserves to prove whether last season was because of the team or himself.
I agree Clausen's consistancy can be used against him....but I don't worry about INTs with him....I worry about consistant 3 and outs. Not moving the offense.
Need to see more. He still doesn't seem to move the O well......a his pocket issues don't seem to be improved to a degree where I think he will be able to consistantly move the offense.
With a young QB INTs don't bother me that greatly.....they will happen with Cam or Clausen. The things about camp that stood out is Clausen OVERALL just seemed content to play it safe.....and ensure himself a spot on the roster.