Luke Falk threw for 4,468 yards and 38 touchdowns in 2016, and yet, a three-game losing streak to end the season leaves the impression that there’s still come meat on the bone when it comes to his improvement at the helm of the Air Raid.
His completion percentage ticked up, but the yards per attempt and touchdowns were the same as 2015, and he threw three more interceptions.
Which begs the question: How much more can we expect from Falk in 2017? Can he take a big step forward? Or is this what he is? (Which, as we all know, is already really damned good.) With an inexperienced receiving corps, it very well could be on Falk’s shoulders to elevate the team if it wants to break through to a double-digit win total.
I talked about this and more with Mark Rogers of MarkRogersTV. You can watch us yack about it in the video above.