TL;DR: Is there a to-hit penalty for attempting to hit a falling target with a ranged attack?
I ask because: In our session last week, we were set upon by our Drow captors that we had escaped from, as we were trying to climb up the other side of this huge gorge. Our Pally went down on behalf of the Priestess' Insect Plague, which sent our entire party falling since we were all tied together. Bard casts feather fall and we begin falling back down to the bottom of the gorge from about 150ft up. Here's where the Drow spend 2 rounds taking pot-shots at us with longbow attacks, none of which missed I don't think, and 2 were crits. Which sort of annoyed the lot of us, as we began picturing just how difficult it would be to shoot a target falling at 10ft per sec with a bow from a distance of 100ft. Granted, none of us are marksmen, nor Drow in the Underdark, but it still made us wonder if there was any type of penalty when shooting at a falling target. We scoured the DMG and PHB that night, and I've looked around online but haven't found this asked in this sense before. Since there's nothing written, I'm assuming that the answer is "no penalty", but I wanted to hear this from some expert DM's.