I always forget how the coach on the sidelines is the one throwing the ball, catching the ball, blocking, and running. Detroit, Seattle, and New England have all had the same plan and Kyler has struggled in all three games. Take away his ability to get outside the pocket and take away the deep vertical routes. Kyler has to show he can beat a team as a consistent passer in order for this to change. It's not a coaching or play calling issue.