Originally Posted by JCharles1981
Did anyone stop and think that maybe the reason why Cassell has performed so horribly is because he has less than 5 seconds to get rid of the ball more than half the time a passing play is called? He sucks when under pressure, but you can't expect him to be a great passer if the O-Line only protects him when they feel like it. I guarantee you that not even Brett Favre would have been able to perform well behind an inconsistent O-Line like ours. The line's job is to utilize Cassell's strengths (which are very few) and weaknesses, then work to fully protect him from having to use those same weaknesses. Protecting Cassell from being sacked 50% of the time will throw off any rhythm he could develop to be a better passer.
This can't be real. Can it? I mean, nobody can be this dumb. Right?