OTC: Cassel vs. Texans’ Dbacks = Sumptin’s Gotta Give

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52 Responses to OTC: Cassel vs. Texans’ Dbacks = Sumptin’s Gotta Give

  1. Anonymous says:

    OlatheCat
    Freeman would have been a senior last year, not this year.

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    GH: Thanks OC.

  2. Anonymous says:

    KerouacOnTheRoad
    “This is a chance for the Chiefs passing game to get well because the Texans

  3. Anonymous says:

    bschloz
    3 weeks from today Cassel will be 4-2 or 5-1.
    Quick do you trade Cassel for Cutler straight up?
    Keep hatin.. this is great…climbing the wall of worry.

  4. Anonymous says:

    EricB in KC
    big deal, bschloz. 2 years ago he was 11-5 and missed the playoffs. cassel for cutler straight up? in a heartbeat.

  5. Anonymous says:

    MGarr
    You guys are all wrong on Big Matt. He will be our franchise QB for many years. He had five count them five games with Pats, throwing for more than 300 yards per game. Two of them at plus 400 yards, he is a stud, has no recievers, no line. Tom Brady said he would be top three by end of the year. I think he will. Sunday he will begin. Bench Bowe and go with the kid from the practice squad everyone is talking about. Lets see.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Dino
    Agreed, I feel it my bones Cassel will pull this off, beat Houston, become a stud quarterback, yes. Greg who is this mystery reciever we are hearing about on taxi squad? Play him. Bench that drug addict Bowe. Cough syrup my ass, he’s a blown out jack off, who drops half the balls going his way.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Rockyroad
    You guys Bill Maas said the same thing, Matt will be good, his line still is poor and no recievers to help. I think Cassel will be the man, I believe it starts in Houston.

  8. Anonymous says:

    SimonSays
    Cassel will take us to the SuperBowl. Right!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Stevo
    I still don’t understand why everybody is freaking out. Cassel has given NO reason to believe that he is the answer at QB. That said, would it be SO bad to draft a QB early next year and let that QB sit behind Cassel for a year or play straight away? Cassel might have been a big mistake but so what, move on. Did they honestly think he was a SB-caliber QB when they signed him? And he’s NOT making crazy, crazy money like most around here would say. He was franchised so we would have had to pay him over 14 mil last year. Didn’t they guarantee him 28 or something like that? So they gave him a bunch of money up front (on a team that is WaaaaaaaaaaaaY below the salary cap) and can walk away after 2011 without taking a huge cap hit.
    So to sum it up:
    -Draft a QB early in 2011 if one is there. Draft one late if Jake Locker is your best choice in round 1 or 2. Don’t draft that guy!
    -Keep Cassel in 2011 either as a backup or starter but know that you can cut him for a small cap hit after that season.
    -Freaking release Brodie Croyle so the moron fans can’t fall back on their “just play 0-9 Brodie plan” that they think is so genius.

    If the Chiefs do end up 8-8 or even 10-6 they’ll draft around 16-25 probably and they’d be able to afford a first round QB and Cassel…in large part due to the fact they are still WaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaY under the salary cap.
    Quit freaking out people and educate yourselves about how the NFL works. Even though Cassel doesn’t look like a good signing, it was great the way they signed him. Locked him up for the long term but retained the ability to cut their loss after three years without damaging the team through a salary cap hit.

  10. Anonymous says:

    John
    Greg, Chase can get a starting job…in the CFL. In the NFL it’s all about whom fits the NFL mold. Freemen was in a pro style offence, he has a big arm, and he has a big enough body that NFL coaches think will be able to take big hits.

    Chase on the other hand, only had a descent arm. Was in spread offence where he was in a shot gun 90 percent of the time. And let

  11. Anonymous says:

    John
    Greg, Chase can get a starting job…in the CFL.

    In the NFL it’s all about whom fits the NFL mold. Freemen was in a pro style offence, he has a big arm, and he has a big enough body that NFL coaches think will be able to take big hits.

    Chase on the other hand, only had a descent arm. Was in spread offence where he was in a shot gun 90 percent of the time. And let

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  20. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    Matt Cassel wouldn’t be a stud if he morphed into a 2″ by 4″. He’s weak in the head, he’s never gonna be a Top Ten QB in the NFL, CFL or Arena League. He’s Scott Pioli’s strain of herpes. He may be OK for a while but watch out when he has a flare up!

    If the NFL ever expands into Mexico, Chase Daniel would be the prototype QB. I could see him starting for Montezuma’s Revenge.

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  22. Anonymous says:

    ShawnF
    while true, I don’t think Chase will be a star in the NFL, consider this: he’s got a Super Bowl ring as a backup to another guy who was told he’d never amount to anything because of size (Drew Brees).

    I’m not being a Chase apologist, I’m just saying he’s on a Super Bowl winning team and no one can take that from him (back up payer, practice squad or not)

  23. Anonymous says:

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  24. Anonymous says:

    MoCrash
    It may be that Cassel is exactly what the Chiefs thought him to be, and that the difference in performance is equal to that of the difference between the Chiefs and Patriots. Realistically, there’s nothing Kansas City can do about QB until after the season — there being no chance of a future with Croyle, Cassel starts. In the meantime, Cassel has not made many costly mistakes and is generally managing the offensive unit well. While neither replaces playmaking ability, a strong running game and stingy defense can.

    The Chiefs will still have to establish the run against Houston. If not, then the Texans’ best DB, former Chief Bernard Pollard, will be able to help their bad corners. However, if his run consciousness can he heightened, Pollard will bite and Moeaki can go crazy. If I played fantasy and had Moeaki, he’d be my starter Sunday. Charles and/or Jones don’t have to have big numbers against the Texans, they only have to keep their attention.

    The Chiefs’ practice squad WRs are Quentin Lawrence, who had one catch last year, and Verran Tucker, a rookie from Cal who put up only respectable numbers in college. I’m not sure which would be an upgrade over Bowe and Chambers. Maybe more of a role for Copper, Horne or (especially) McCluster would help. (I think Haley’s a little scared of using McCluster much, since his ball control may be suspect.) Unlike QB, WR is an issue which can be immediately addressed in some way; recall that Chambers was a mid-season acquisition last year. If the Vikings would be willing to part with Camarillo cheaply, at least you’d get some hands.

  25. Anonymous says:

    Creighton
    As a Jayhawk fan and a Bucs fan it pains me to say this but Josh Freeman looks really good at QB. He spent the entire offseason at the practice facility throwing balls to any receiver he could find. He has 4 fourth quarter comebacks in his 6 victories and has a 6 – 7 record as a starter. Consdiering he took over a 0 – 7 team when he became the starter it’s pretty impressive what he’s done. Chase Daniel was simply a system QB and if you ever thought he was going to do something in the NFL then pass me some of what you’re smoking GH.

  26. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    Shawn, all due respect but Chase Daniels ring as a backup is like bangin’ your sisters hot friend while she was passed out. I’d rather PLAY in a Superbowl and lose then take a ring as a backup, particularly a backup that did not contribute much.

    Chase’s issues as John pointed out is a lack of experience in running a pro style offense as well as the perception that he doesn’t have a big arm or elusive speed.

    At some point he may get a shot at starting in the NFL and he’d better do his best Kurt Warner impersonation when that time comes.

    If that doesn’t happen he’ll certainly make a lot of money as a backup and not have to worry about football related aches, pains and dimentia in his golden years. For some people financial success is more important than any actual achievments. If that’s good with Chase then good for him. When he’s done with his pro career he’ll still be young enough to explore other possibilities if he wants to.

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    October 16th, 2010 at 8:31 am

    As a Jayhawk fan and a Bucs fan it pains me to say this but Josh Freeman looks really good at QB. He spent the entire offseason at the practice facility throwing balls to any receiver he could find. He has 4 fourth quarter comebacks in his 6 victories and has a 6

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  32. Anonymous says:

    KerouacOnTheRoad
    bschloz – was away till this afternoon, but am now returneth – what timing, huh. Thus, let me now rejoinder.

    “3 weeks from today Cassel will be 4-2 or 5-1.”

    – well which one is it, show some semblance of confidence i.e., make up your mind.

    Well here, lemme help – ca$$el & his spectacular skill set will be a 3-4 or 4-3 at best…I’ll go with the latter, purely out of pity. By the way, that would make 7 games total 3 weeks after your proclamation, not 6 as your crystalballed (those pesky integers be daunting, huh.)

    “Quick do you trade Cassel for Cutler straight up?”

    – without question… I’d trade the wondrous one #7 for ANY other starting QB the NFL not wearing a CLEV Browns uniform…

    “Keep hatin..”

    – ok: TEXANS 35 chiefs 31

    “this is great

  33. Anonymous says:

    bschloz
    Kerouac..I must say you bring the smack with the best on this site always like to read your stuff.
    Now come on…didn’t you mentally book this one a W more than a couple of times. Hey I tip my hat to Houston they took the momentum and got a chicken shit call and won. I didn’t think think they were going to win in Houston thus 4-2 call which I will stand by. Jax ain’t shit..not enough to overcome the NEW ARROWHEAD!!! I also liked the Chiefs fans who made the trek to Houston way to represent. Let me guess you also picked Miami to beat Green Bay..St. Louis to Beat S.D. and Seattle over Chicago. Cutler is a pillow butt I’ll stick with Cassel.

  34. Anonymous says:

    KerouacOnTheRoad
    The good news? ca$$el never looked better – in fact, I don’t believe he is capable of playing any better… hopefully his fans (both of them) made a copy of it for posterity.

    Now the bad news: the 32nd Texan pass defense came into the game way overrated (if gridiron was courtroom, Texans are direct evidence for indictment his name change to Matty ‘U’).

    Alas, take away today’s game and he’s still… matt ca$$el. His only decent games have come v the win-less 49ers (0-5 entering week 6 today) and the 32nd ranked Texans; call me suspicious. The jury is still out & hanging still the most likely option.

    JACK was ranked 30th (entering week 6) so the mirage may continue next week in KC. In fact, other than division games vs DEN, OAK and SD, every pass defense rest this season he’ll be facing ranks 27th & lower based upon current results; talk about having a table set for you.

    So, if acceptable stat results his are likely, the more important measure remains ‘W/L’. And today despite the game of his life as a Chief, he finished a loser. He as the Chiefs have now lost to 1 team with a winning record in HOU, 1 team that was .500 in IND & they’ve managed to outlast 3 then win-less teams in SD, CLEV & SF.

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