While I consider myself an avid football fan, I'll say right up front that I have no experience coaching it any level and only played the sport through the junior high level.
Some of you clearly do have some experience with complicated offenses. Here goes the question then:
Since it is clear that Forcier is much much better out of the pocket than staying in it, can't plays be designed and run (I imagine a form of bootleg) that intend to get him out of the pocket even when looking for a pass? He tends to do well, picking up at least a few yards, when he needs to tuck and run.
The only drawback I see is that it could possibly sabotage other aspects of the spread.