Originally Posted by Sully
I think it was you who made the argument many times that when he's good, it's because he believes in himself. Not to pick nits, but I think his play over the second half of the season has far more to do with growth in that area than the team's belief in him.
But that doesn't discount the importance of the team believing he'll get the job done.
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You're right, I did say that when Cassel plays with confidence, he plays much better.
That is true for just about anyone actually, but really highlighted by Cassel's inconsistency in his time as a Chief.
However, that has nothing to do with how the team responds to him.
Earlier in the year, the team looked like a ship without a rudder, but they now seem to have found direction, and that is because they now appear to have a leade to follow.