Landry Jones knows the Steelers offense better this spring, and he also knows the problem. His passes are not finding their mark.
It was an issue for him in his rookie preseason and remains one after five spring practices this year.
“Probably some accuracy issues,” Jones said as to what he needs to do better. “Just throwing in tighter windows, that’s one of the bigger things.”
At Oklahoma, he completed 66 percent of his passes as a senior.
“Yeah, but the windows were a lot bigger,” he noted. “Everything contracts; it’s a lot different here.” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
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