Exactly. 90% of QB "schooling" is done in their own time under their own steam anyway
The team aren't coaching Kyler on film and technique in year 4. They would have done as a rookie but not now. During the week they are installing the offense for Sunday. At best the team might get some weeks in camp to work on any specific issues they see.
But the film study, playbooks study, defensive tendencies etc is all done away from the facilities and any coaching on technique and film study Kyler should be doing in the offseason.
Disagree on some of this.
Mechanics are something that are consistently coached regardless of the level. But it is more about immediate feedback after the rep. The tough part is that mechanics generally break down in high stress situations that are tough to rep with NFL practice rules and the toll a long season takes on players. There is film work done in positional rooms. Most of the week leans to matchup, game plan and install. Kyler does know the playbook.
That said, I don't believe anyone is telling Kyler "no, we won't go over additional film with you". "No, we won't get you some extra reps".
More than anything, I think Kyler treats playing NFL QB like a 9-5. He attends when he is asked to attend, he follows the schedule, and takes what he is being given. Even when he does extra, I believe he likely either does it alone or in an echo chamber he has created around himself. What I don't believe he does is work to gather other honestly critical opinions, self evaluate his own play without blaming others, and ask for/find additional help outside of his dad.