Passing set-ups.. Another reason why intelligence and route running is so important that hasn't been discussed is passing set-ups. Happens in every offensive series in the NFL. Even in High School, the better coaches work certain patterns on the defense in order to "set-up" big plays later in the game. A receiver has to understand that he must run the precise route called, even if he is not thrown to, because later in the game the offense will line up in the identical formation but one of the routes will change and result in a big play. Another reason for precise route running is because the quarterback relies on everyone being exactly where they should be as he goes through his reads. In Bethel's case, he often breaks off routes and actually gets open, but TB is not looking for him where ever he ends up and the result is a broken play. Because of this, I don't think TB really has the trust he needs to have in Bethel. He is simply unsure of where the guy will be and where he is going.