I don't always agree with the way the offense is being called but Marcel Bellefeuille, while not a hall of fame caliber OC, I think is capable. He could use the run game better. And I'm not sure why but it seems like they have Denmark primarily running deep routes and Moore running short-intermediate routes and I can't understand why they don't mix that up more during the game. They need to move the QB out of the pocket more often but it seems the coaching staff has a preference for the pocket passer type than the improvisational type who can move his feet. And while the wins aren't there yet, Willy's completing 71% of his passes, has had one of the most accurate deep balls so far this year, and has the 2nd best passer rating in the league. He's been able to get Willy to have success. As far as Brohm, you can't fault Marcel B for Brohm throwing into double coverage or when he has a 6'4" receiver like Addison Richards open on a slant he drills the ball at his ankles.
The offense gave up a lot of sacks last year but you also have to consider the personnel we had on the Oline, several of which have basically been ushered into retirement now that they don't have a job here. Oline is better this year and Willy has taken fewer hits and fewer sacks. Yes he has been injured twice but the Ticat hit was a late hit as he was going down and the high-low tackle vs the Esks was unfortunate but these things happen to even the best of lines. Regarding that Esks game the line really struggled, guys taking penalties, Chungh was a bit erratic in his play, and Devin Tyler was pretty bad at RT. You never want to see your QB get hit and injured, but if you took a look at how often he was knocked down, bruised and battered last year, it's has improved overall. Given the number of QBs injured this year, we have been pretty fortunate so far.
Still, I would not be opposed to an upgrade at OC if one became available. I'm not sure who is available right now though that would be a significant upgrade.