Is it? I know I've read that if a QB is going to improve, he usually will by his second year starting (which gives the question if we count Hurts' odd 2020 or not - I'm inclined to not). I'm not sure how a QB with more time to develop chemistry and a grasp of the offense can't improve here. (He might not...but especially if it was never a point of emphasis in college, seems like it's certain possible).
Regardless, if the Eagles DO trot him out next year and there isn't improvement, we know we need to move on.
Was going to post something similar to what @JetMaxx did below. McNabb was similar and never threw to a spot but he had a strong arm so he can get away with it. He was also in the same offense for 11 years and it never improved. Feel for the passing game and throwing with anticipation starts in college and improves if at all from that point.
I’ve written that off as something he can improve on.
He can improve his accuracy/ball placement and HOPEFULLY his reads/progressions. His pocket presence is pretty poor as well and that can improve if he’s going through reads and trusts the offense/play call.
Unfortunately this is likely to be correct. As Aikman said in the broadcast Hurts needs to see it before he commits to the throw. That’s too late in the NFL