Ok, so let me preface this with a simple bit that I've never played football in my life, so consider this a plea for those with experience who would know better.
I see a lot of these swing passes or WR screens in college football - we run it a lot. Quick pass down the sideline, let the WR grab some YAC.
I've seen them both as cannons to the sideline and some slower touch passes.
Is this a route that a defender could reasonably jump? An interception here looks like a free pick-6. Also, the slower balls look a bit vulnerable and have a fair bit of hangtime. The cannon ones also tend to be pretty low.
How difficult would that be to do? I'm wondering both for the 'hey its something our D might be able to do!" perspective and a "Ohshit is this going to happen to us?" perspective.