Really? How does he control a ball that is out of his hand? A tip doesn't happen when it is in his hand for the most past otherwise it might be a fumble. So after he has released the ball what exactly is he supposed to do? Seriously, I would love to hear this. Do you think the lineman jump way before he throws the ball, or when he is about to? If they jumped early, he could probably get the ball around them, much like QB's do a good deal of the time. Unless there an issue with his delivery being routinely low, which has never been mentioned in any evaluation, most coaches will talk to the offensive lineman rather than a QB regarding this issue inquiring as to how are these player routinely getting their hands up? How are they jumping without getting pushed etc.