As others have said, forget him cleaning up the error rate/brain farts. Aint gonna happen. Fans who focus on his errors will find him a frustrating player, and deprive themselves of the joy of sitting back and enjoying his brand of footy. Fans who can look at his contribution from a holisitc approach, they'll love him. He is going to give you a LOT more than he takes away over the course of a season... but those games when he has a bad one... yeah they're gonna happen and you just have to embrace it and learn to live and die with Beej... one might argue his failure to pass killed us in the grand final... but we're not near playing that game without him.