Though I have never met Anthony Jennings, I would imagine him to be a very intelligent, nice person. As a football player, he is mediocre at best. I was blasted at the beginning of the season and the first few games for saying Anthony Jennings as QB was a horrible idea. He was horrible at LaSue and I didn't think he would be any better here.
He has no football common sense nor football intelligence. 2nd quarter, he just made an incredible move to get away from the rush, then scrambled to the right sideline. He had all the time in the world to throw the ball away, but instead takes a sack, which cost us serious field position. A peewee football QB would have known to throw the ball away. 8 for 22 for only 95 yards and one costly interception that had he only thrown it to the back of the endzone, it would have been either a TD or incomplete. 95% of his 22 passes were thrown up for grabs. He had no clue (just like the entire season) where the pass route was supposed to be run. He either waits for the receiver to turn and face him or he just throws the ball up for grabs. You would think after 13 games this season, he would know at least 2 or 3 of the receiver's routes.
I would have to agree with another poster, this was an entirely bust of an idea. If you are going to play a one year QB from another school, he better be a super stud and put the team on his shoulders and will them to win. Not waste a position, especially at QB who touches the ball on 99% of your offensive snaps.
One of the reasons the offensive line looked so bad is because Jennings just holding onto the ball not waiting for a receiver to turn around. Again, he did not know their routes, which caused him to hold onto the ball, which gave the defense time to tee off on him.