You're correct about the dropped passes though. It seemed like those two starts were a complete team meltdown. For starters he had Hollings running for him which pretty much translated to no running game. Hollings wasn't ready to be in there either but both of them were pressed into service because of injuries to Carr, Banks, and Davis The line blocked for him like they were trying to get him caught up on David Carr's 2002 experience, and when he did hit recievers they dropped most everything he hit them with. I don't think much of anything worked in those games.
But when they were over Capers was positive that the team would get through this and he remained impressed with their character and effort. There were good things he saw on film after those games and he was impressed with the way the team never quit (which technically was true at least in the Jacksonville game because you can't quit if you never bother to start)