As Beetjuice has pointed out, Printers is playing well (other than some bonehead turnovers last night) but can and should get better given more time.
I agree, as I've noticed his tendency to telegraph his passes and hold on a little too long thus allowing the defence to converge on his target. That is easily fixable, especially when given more reps. He'll find his mojo.
Another aspect of his game that Beetlejuice has noted is his tendency to drill the ball almost always when, at times, a little touch is required.
Case in point, the interception by Armour at the end of the half.
Watch the replay and you'll see Armour lock on Printers' eyes and run to the throwing lane IMMEDIATELY.
All Casey had to do was look to his left and Armour would have taken a couple of steps that way, and he never would have been in postion to get in the throwing lane to Miles' slant.
Furthermore, again looking at the replay, instead drilling it to Miles, a little touch over the top would have found Miles all alone behind his defender for an easy TD.
Remember Nik Lewis's second TD when Glasper signaled offensive interefence (which it wasn't, IMO)?
That was all pass by Burris. Just enough touch and location to allow Lewis to make his move and adjust to the ball. IMO, that's exactly what Printers needs to do just as Beetlejuice has pointed out elsewhere.