Some? He had two "good" games as a passer to start the 2018 season and struggled as a starter ever since. A decent game here and there in 2019 doesn't gloss that over, either. His 81.8 passer rating in the CFL over 35 games demonstrates his inability as a passing QB.
Chris Streveler is a ******* legend around here, which is undebatable. He'll go down in local Blue Bombers lore for his grit, tenacity, and other intangibles as a member of this team, but none of that should blind you from the fact he leaves quite a bit to be desired as a pure passing QB. And at 27 years old, it's not unreasonable to think that may not change.
Then look at his game tape with the Cardinals. You want to blame LaPolice yet again (quelle surprise) but Streveler struggled as a passer under another OC all the same. He suited up for 7 games in the NFL and his passer rating is 39.3, so trying to pin the blame on your favourite CFL bogeyman is laughable.
And claiming he's a better passer than Fajardo is nothing more than complete fanboy drivel. Be better.