Was it a lack of receiving targets or a lack of time to find those receiving targets? Or maybe a bad play call from a OC that had a total disconnect from his roster. Remember he forgot about a running game could help a passing game.
From what I saw, and continue to see as I re-watch the games on coaches film it's all three.
However, the OL wasn't as bad as a whole as they get pinned for. There were also quite a few times where the pocket was solid, but crowded and Cam just missed the throw and looking at his feet usually tells you why. I also saw a number of passes clunk off of receiver's hands, most notably Murphy...or off his facemask, chest, etc.
The OL was usually one guy losing his battle and starting a ripple effect.
This is an argument you could take to extremes with football with the true "team" nature of the game. If the WR's were better and beating cvg then the OL wouldn't have to hold blocks as long, if Cam was a better, faster decision maker you could say the same, if the OL held their blocks longer then the routes could develop, or Cam could go deeper into his reads, etc.
I just see a wealth of talent at WR and don't want to let it slip by. I'm not saying we sacrifise other needs to load up on WR's, but I do think you take a chance with some young playmakers. It's working very well for Green Bay, New England and a couple others.
Yes, we need RG badly, regardless of Dwan we need a DT, if we cut Gamble we'll need a CB, so one and so forth.