Originally Posted by OnTheWarpath58
PFF's credibility is taking a hit here, IMO. No bad throws or bad decisions?
Mic is spot on in his analysis, and didn't even mention that on one of the throws, a Chief receiver (Maneri, IIRC) was standing wide open with no one within 10 yards of him.
If that's not a bad decision, I'm not sure what is.
Let's be fair here.
Amy time Cassel decides to throw the ball it's a bad decision, so maybe they grade him on a curve. Yesterday he never made a decision as bad as throwing an int on a screen pass.
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