Originally Posted by FAX
I guess I don't follow ...
Was he upset at a particular "play"? Or are they saying he was upset at the "play" in general ... in other words, the absurd, circa-1950s game plan?
You mean the absurd game plan to keep Cassel out of the way that would have worked if Cassel didn't get in the way...?
The INT's were bad enough, but then he goes and audibles into a QB sneak, and fumbles the ball in the endzone. Wonder if he didn't audible into every pass he threw on Sunday...