1. Anthony Brown’s accuracy issues are slightly concerning
Look, don’t get me wrong, I believe Anthony Brown is the right guy for the starting job right now, but the fact that he has completed less than 50 percent of his passes in two out of the Ducks’ four games this year should be a slight concern.
I’m not saying that anyone should panic about Brown’s completion percentage on the season which is just over 57 percent, but it’s something that probably needs to be addressed.
Arizona has one of the worst defenses in the conference and Brown was only able to complete 10 of his 21 passes for 206 yards and three touchdowns. His 9.8 yards per attempt were impressive and I think he looked solid overall, but he needs to work on his accuracy. This is absolutely me nit-picking a solid game from the senior quarterback, but against a bad team, a 10-of-21 mark isn’t ideal.
Brown is going to be the guy to lead Oregon to an unbeaten regular season if he can work on his accuracy issues and he has shown he can be accurate (14-of-18 last week and 15-of-24 vs. Fresno State) but he needs to be more consistent.