One AFC scout tells NFL Network's Albert Breer that Matt Cassel is "playing scared" this season.
"Doesn't trust his line. He's a game manager and is struggling to do that job," said the scout. "Teams are trying to stop the run, in order to force him to try and be more than he is. He needs a clean pocket." Cassel is on pace for a whopping 40 turnovers this season. Since ex-coordinator Charlie Weis announced his departure, Cassel is completing just 56.7 percent of his passes to go with a 15:21 TD-to-INT ratio and less than 200 yards per game. Oct 4 - 3:25 PM