Originally Posted by tooge
Really? I WAS there. Look at the tape again if you need to. there were three audible applause times. Once when Jamal Charles got the first down and the announcer said "thats a Kansas City Chiefs FIRST DOWN", at which point, Cassel is down. Then, it is utterly silence that builds into sort of a crowd mumble, more like everyone talking about the QB being down than any cheering. Then, as Brady Quinn comes onto the field (while Cassel is still down), there is a cheer for him. finally, as Cassel is helped off the field, there is the usual clapping that you hear when any injured player is helped up. I didn't hear ANY cheering for him being injured. I do remember feeling glad that we'd get to see some change, but not at the expense of Cassel being actually injured.
If you are going by the ESPN report, it is not even close to capturing the sound and general sensations of the crowd during that time.
None of these dipshits have actually heard/seen the tape. They are just going by ESPN playing Winston's rant over and over (nevermind that ESPN conveniently didn't play Winston's backtracking interview that he gave the next day where he admitted that it was only a handful of fans that cheered).