The problem is not Will Stein, it's the O-Line.
Stein steadied himself after the early Pick 6, and threw for over 300 yds and two TDs and no further INTs, hitting on 30 of 43 passes.--while running for his life most of the time, since he was sacked 6 times!
He was forced to throw, the other team knew he was going to do it--yet he was able to do it. And, while running on a bad ankle on top of it.
It was, in retrospect, a truly heroic effort, spoiled by poor O- line protection and production with the running game.
Note: After the initial punch in the mouth 21-3, Stein and the Cards steadied and "won" the remaining game 14-3. I lay the blame for that on both the coaches and the players to not have a strong initial strategy to contain the one man that could beat them--and did.
IF Will and the Cards can stay steady in the initial going at UK next week, I believe we will win by 3-7 pts.
Teddy Bridgewater? I think it's important to give Will ---and our season-- our best shot at least until hope is truly gone for a winning season. Because Will right now is without a doubt the most consistent of our QB's. Only when hope is gone do I think you give Teddy more snaps. (Mind you, hope could be gone as early as losses in the next two games.)