Originally Posted by Cassel's Reckoning
Again: Just watching his playoff performances is enough to say he's a better player than Cassel.
And I said this last year: Sanchez had a "bad season" according to true fans, and still threw 26 TD.
Cassel had a "good season" and threw 27.
Sanchez had 26 TDs against 18 picks and 10 fumbles. The year before that he had 17 TDs against 13 picks and 9 fumbles (only one lost, which I call a fluke, which evened out the next year when 8 of 10 were lost). His rookie year it was 12 TDs and 20 picks with 10 fumbles. He averages 30 sacks per year and hasn't thrown better than 57% completion yet.
The dude sucks. I agree he elevated his game in the playoffs -- played much better for whatever reason -- but you can't suck that hard during the regular season because it really doesn't put you in a position to GET to the playoffs to begin with.