To a limited degree some blame can placed on the coaching but lets face it Cam is neither throwing the ball well or making good decisions.The is plenty of blame to go around
I think the coaching has put this guy in a bad position from day one with the read option. We've been preparing in the off-season to run that garbage offense, and now when we actually have to run a pro offense, Cam wasn't fully prepared to do so. I think last year, people were surprised Cam could throw the ball as accurately as he did. Yet now when teams know what to expect of Cam, he is struggling. Now he has to learn to be a pro QB, and he wasn't prepared to win with his arm.
I blame the preparation part on the coaches, yet I should be seeing something from Cam that wants to be a great passer. Yet his pocket presence is terrible. I know the o-line played badly yesterday, but early in that game they gave Cam time to make a throw. Yet Cam constantly waited for guys to get wide open, and he stood in one spot, actually he paced in one spot. This allowed for him to be sacked many times. Then when he tried to get away from the pressure, he stumbled around like a drunk man.
A good QB in the pocket is like a jedi. They feel pressure, and they move accordingly, while still keeping their focus down the field. Cam only moves when he sees the pressure in his face, by then it's too late, plus he is no longer focused down the field but on the pressure. Some of these things just can't be taught at this level, you have to bring that coming in. This is why I fear Cam may not be the one to lead us to the big dance. As bad as it sounds, we may need to trade him in the off season, and get the most out of him that way.