Originally Posted by handswarmer
He throws off his back foot a lot on the short to intermediate passes and he doesn't have the arm strength to do it.
I do agree that it's most likely an overestimation of his arm strength that leads to so many batted balls, which leads to interceptions. But he's also got a slow trigger. The release is fine, once he makes up his mind, but from decision to cocking his arm, let's just say you can write a book.
However, I believe the primary reason for his propensity to throw interception is his novel approach to ball placement. He tries to put the ball where it's "easiest" for the receiver to catch the ball, regardless how his receiver is being defended. Since he is usually throwing to wide open targets, it doesn't bite him as often as you'd think it would.