So after looking over the UNI game, and rewatching the Iowa game, I have a theory. My theory is simple, and pretty obvious. Steele doesn't have experience in cold games, and marginal experience in rain. It would explain his accuracy issues against UNI and how he looked like a different QB against Iowa. The kid played high school football in Nevada. Then went to San Fran where he played almost exclusively west coast teams. Bad weather was likely extremely rare. I fear that Jantz will continue to struggle in inclement weather until he has some time to work through and understand the conditions and how they effect his grip, ball flight, etc. I'b curious to know how big his hands are, as small handed qb's across the board struggle in bad weather games. That said, it looks to be a bit brisk in Hartford tonight, but luckily sunny up until kickoff and not a drop of precipitation.