Kyler still seems rushed / skittish early in games. Throwing early or bailing out on plays due to perceived pressure.
It was almost as though there was a reset during the half time break. Where he was shown footage that the O line was actually holding up better than he perhaps thought, that there was more time available than he realised.
Things slowed down for him after the break, he took his time to survey options.
Whether it's Kliff's fault, Kyler's or a combination of the pair of them the bottom line is that KM still shows some signs of inexperience. The elite Kyler that we've seen plenty of times can still regress back to the panicky rookie when he feels pressured. Usually players become better able to deal with pressure as they gain experience but I think this part of Kyler's game has lagged behind the rest.