I happen to think he does. He has made major improvements this season and has done a solid job, not great but solid.
The three biggest criticisms about the guy were:
2. going through progressions
3. winning games late.
Well the turnovers are down significantly.
He has been going through his progressions a lot more this yaer and it shows.
He has won games in the 4th. See arizona, NO. He also led the team to a go ahead score against St. Louis but the D ****ed up.
I think JC has a solid foundation with which to buid upon.
He needs to take the improvements and build upon them.
I think the major area of improvement is quicker decision making. When he works with Zorn more and studies more the decisions will come quicker and quicker. He will develop that ability, and make no mistake about it, that ability can definitely be honed. Poker players will understand this. If you see a situation over and over again your response becomes more and more automatic and you are able to react faster and make better decisions.
I think JC will be fantastic next year. I think he deserves one more chance.