I want to start by pointing out, that Jordan is nearing the 2 year mark from a surgery that "they" say takes two years to fully recover from. A reason for optimism.
I have a theory as to why we didn't see any long passes from Wynn last week, other than not opening the playbook or a simple lack of ability from Wynn. Im worried about the effect that two serious injuries have had on Wynn mentally. How could they not have some effect... I noticed last week that Wynn seemed to be focusing a lot of energy on not taking a hit. Its understandable...he doesn't want to get hurt again and sit out another year. (pretty sure most Utah fans are as equally opposed as Jordan is to him taking a hit)
What I noticed, was after feeling some pressure on a couple dropbacks, His reads became MUCH quicker. Every play has a quick read, and Jordan seemed to be taking that quick read every time. He is so worried about getting re-injured, that he doesn't give the play time to develop and reveal
additional deeper holes in the defense. This potential issue isnt helped by our tackle situation.
I have been an advocate for Wynn, and remain so. We have seen him at his best, and none of the other qb's on our roster are currently capable of doing what he can. I just hope Wynn can add a second or two to that clock in his head. Something to look for this week vs USU