It's clear that you're a Callaway fan, and that's great. So am I. But the continual insistence in your posts and blindness to specific plays presented by Sack Exchange is troublesome. Maybe you're unclear because you can't re-watch the plays (?), or maybe because you don't recognize the defenders (?), and therefore don't realize that Sack Exchange's first example concerns the Baltimore game, and examples two, three and four concern the Raiders.
1) When you copy data from GamePass, it lists the time as a reference; this reference allows you to easily re-watch the play. It's clear that you are not re-watching these plays, but you should: with each pass, Callaway gets two hands on the ball. Statisticians will not always list it as a "drop." This is the way it's always been.
2) You post, "Did you watch the game? Because the way these notes are written down it doesn't seem like something a person would write." THESE NOTES ARE COPIED DIRECTLY FROM NFL GAMEPASS. The game is Baltimore because the defender is Brandon Carr. It's clear that you're arguing your point from memory. Consider getting GamePass. Now, looking at the first play posted by Sack Exchange: "3RD & GOAL AT CLV 32 / (9:36) (Shotgun) B.Mayfield pass incomplete short left to A.Callaway (B.Carr)". The ball sails through Callaway's hands. It is a drop. Barr did not even touch Callaway. There is no controversy here.
Next play: " 2ND & GOAL AT CLV 25 / (10:11) (Shotgun) B.Mayfield pass short left through Callaway's hands INTERCEPTED for pick 6". Here, the ball goes through Callaway's hands into Conley's hands. Gareon Conley is a Raider. Conley was in poor position, playing behind Callaway, and it should have been a reception. Still, it is not recorded as a "drop" by a statistician, but the fault is entirely Callaway's. The Raiders defense is nothing special, and here they are essentially helped by Callaway.
Next play, again, the GamePass reference is clear: "GOAL AT OAK 2 12:35 (Pass formation) TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. B.Mayfield pass to A.Callaway". The ball goes into Callway's hands---he has the reception for the two-point conversion---and then he drops it. AGain, Gareon Conley is behind Callaway and does not affect the play.
Next play: " 1ST & GOAL AT CLV 19 / (5:28) (Shotgun) B.Mayfield pass incomplete short right to A.Callaway into and out of his hands." This may be the play statisticians record as a "drop" because it's horrible. Callaway is in motion, at the line of scrimmage, there are no defenders near him, and he has the ball in both hands and drops it.
When specific information is provided to you, and you discredit the poster by stating, "Did you watch the game?" your posts comes off as sophomoric. But more to the point here, Callaway is dropping passes and missing opportunities. Consider: is it possible that your love for Callaway has blinded you slightly? I'm a 'Nole, and I feel that way about FSU alums. I still like Callaway despite that he's a Gator. But when you write this, "I watched the game, every play. He had one drop," it's clear that your information is not correct, and it's this kind of blind bias in posts that undermines the authority of what these forums are all about: a place where we fantasy footballers can get key information to help us advance in our leagues.
I believe Sack Exchange gave you credit for your point regarding the injury report, though you bring it up again (to rub it in his face?).
Seriously, give it a rest Cotton Jones, as your posts approach belligerence. Let's stick to the facts on the field.