I'm not saying Cam should be able to just ignore his problems and expect outside factors to mask it. I'm saying that if we had been getting normal to bigger sized WRs, his high throws wouldn't be as big of a problem. Of course Cam should still be working on his footwork and followthrough. In addition to that, I'd prefer a WR corps that has an average of taller than 5'10. I'm not even saying I expect a WR corps of 6'3 and taller. Average (6'1) guys would be acceptable and would help with Cam's overthrows. I was saying "taller" receivers. As in taller than our midget corps.
For example, Lafell isn't a giant, he's just barely above average at 6'2 if I recall correctly. And his ability to elevate lead to the longest TD pass in team history. And the pass was, admittedly, probably overthrown. Some will look at it as "Cam just put it where only the WR could get it! Yea, what an awesome pass!" but truly it was probably a bit overthrown and that's why Lafell was able to take it to the house.
A large portion of Cam's interceptions have been passes that were overthrown and Smitty couldn't get up to get them or some lazy asshat like Legadoodoo can't high point a ball and sometimes didn't even try and a safety playing behind was able to catch it.
Though I am not one to freak out, after/over the 5th practice, and I won't! You bring up some good points.
I do agree with your general premise, that if Cam had bigger receivers to throw to on a regular basis, it would help him immeasurably. This is especially true in the redzone. This is also why Shockey, was missed so much in 2012.
Steve Smith, is just not a big target (especially in the Redzone), and Cam's throws need perfect timing, or a spectacular catch by Smith if they're high, downfield, between or over defenders.
Now of course, Cam will/should get better with his touch throws and accuracy. And the OC and OL need to get much better in 2013 (and I hope it does), and have a lot to do with this for Cam to succeed.
But your point is well taken, indeed.