There are better breakdowns out there of this game (Unnecessary Bluntness for one), and with this video doing so not from the ALL22 film, he's missing any real perspective on reads, progressions, open windows, timing, etc. In order to get any sense of a WR being open when the QB is reading the area.
Some of the "pedestrian" throws are not so pedestrian in the ALL22, but I've watched the offense from this game six times now, and the offensive scheme looks worse and worse, playcalls are less explicable, CMC impresses more and more in ever making gains with the run calls and blocking, and the QB looks less bad (even good at times) unless you choose to lay all the blame on the blocked passes at his feet, which sure, why not, since it's not ideal and he's the one throwing the ball, and we can't be sure its not Mayfield isn't optioning to the short game and tipping Watt and Zach Allen to the precise pass play that's coming.
Batted passes don't happen in the first half though, so something is rotten in the playbook/execution.
Rewatching the three TE drops on the first three drives just makes me laugh now.
Link to a superior breakdown, if anyone missed it.