Before Ben's injury he was being hyped up as a candidate for league MVP.
After his injury, people want him off the team and question everything from his leadership to his fatherhood.
After Ben's injury, he never regained what he had before it. Four of his eight picks came after his injury, and his statistics EVERYWHERE went south.
Get a CLUE, people.
Ben's shoulder, while fully healed, will still cause discomfort while throwing the ball. That won't go away until a month after he throws his last football. Couple that with his bad decision making after sitting on the sidelines waiting for his rib to heal and you got exactly what you saw: An out of rhythm, sore and aggravated quarterback.
If we stay healthy like any other team in the NFL serious about winning a championship, we'd be fine, but that isn't the case.