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    He made a couple great throws, but he made a bunch of really really bad throws. The guy needs to be more consistent, be more accurate, and throw the damn ball. Today he was sacked 5 times!!! Out of 5 maybe 1 time wasn't his fault the rest of the time it's like "Cassel throw the damn ball!" He did not win that game for us not even close, Jamaal Charles, Chris Chambers, Studebaker, and Hali stood out, Cassel did not he looked like crap the first half, then he came alive in the fourth quarter , but he almost cost us the game with the fumble, if he wouldn't have fumbled the ball we would have not had to go to overtime and we would have ended it in the 4th. The sad thing is I was really for Cassel, I thought we got a future pro-bowler and all we got is a poor mans Damon Huard, a QB with a below average arm but doesn't throw a lot of interceptions but at least Huard was able to get rid of the ball quicker this is getting ridiculous. You gotta take what you got, and some times you gotta throw it away Cassel. All in all I am impressed by our win GO CHIEFS!! but please pick up a qb in the draft that can give Cassel some competition, thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greg3564 View Post
    That is what I'm saying. How can you expect Cassel to play at the same level as he did in NE without the weapons? Is he a top flight Qb like a Manning or favre? I don't know. It's too early to say. Do I think he could be a franchise QB if given the proper tools? Yes.
    True he would play bette with a better team, but he was also one of the most sacked QB's with a much better line a people that got open easier.I honestly think Tyler Thigpen could have won 8 or 9 games with that team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by figcrostic View Post
    Come on man don't be a d-bag if you don't like what I have too say then tell me why im wrong, but don't throw out an insult just because I bashed on your hero.
    hahaha being called Brodie Croyle sure is an Insult

    But in all seriousness, Cassel might not be ELITE, but he doesn't turn the ball and thats good enough for me, has shown great arm in both short and long range. Besides, we need to cut him some slack until he learns to play with the 10+ wideouts and TE that play with him.

    On the downside he canīt get rid of incoming bandits and seems to have some trouble with clock management.

    I like the guy, lets get some talent around him before judging him to harshly.

    Cheers

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    I've gotta admit, at half time of this last game I came on this forum and actually voiced my opinion stating that I hoped they would put Croyle in the game. I was at that critical stage where I was welcoming ANY kind of change from what I was watching! The 2nd half of that game was a great transformation for that team.

    Anyways, at half time I stormed out onto my deck and threw some hamburgers on the grill, grabbed a beer and sat out there mumbling and grumbling to myself regarding 'why do I put myself through this every week?'

    Burgers got done and I came into the house (I could still hear the game on the TV, but I wasn't in the room watching it).

    Low and behold it started to sound like the Chiefs were showing signs of life so I shuffled on up to the living room to watch. Thank god I didn't shut the TV off at half time!
    Funny thing is, one of my neighbor's (a die hard Vikings fan that knows that I have the NFL package) showed up in my foyer a little bit after 3 o'clock asking me "Do you have the KC overtime game on?"!!
    So he sat here and had a beer with me and watched the victory... I had to ask him a few times, "Now that the Vikings are 9-1, who did they lose to?"

    Pittsburgh of course. *-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by figcrostic View Post
    I call it like I see it, he is not playing well, Im not saying they should get rid of him, but right now he has no competion. Brodie Croyle is never going to start for the Kansas City Chiefs. This is a business we won today and I loved it, I want to win many more times and right now I don't think he gives us the best chance at the rate he is playing. Matt has proven he can be a good QB if he has a good line and great targets to throw to that can catch anything we don't have that, we might never have the targets the Patriots have, so all im saying is he needs competition and that he isn't playing well so we need to give him some competition.
    Out of the quarterbacks available who would play well here. I hate to tell you this, because I do it call it like see it, prob bowl qb's would look average behind this line. When you don't even have time to take a 3 step drop, dude I know what to tell you. get this guy a legitimate lef ttackle and move mr albert to his natural position then judge cassel. completely absurd to think anyone could be doing better at this given time.

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    Aaron Rodgers is tearing it up with a worse offensive line than ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yashi View Post
    Aaron Rodgers is tearing it up with a worse offensive line than ours.

    There is no way possible to have a ****ty offensive line and be 7th in the NFL in total offense, no way,

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    Quote Originally Posted by yashi View Post
    Aaron Rodgers is tearing it up with a worse offensive line than ours.
    Dont no if you can say there o line is worse then ours. Its close. But I dont think you can say that they are clearly worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumplifter View Post
    I've gotta admit, at half time of this last game I came on this forum and actually voiced my opinion stating that I hoped they would put Croyle in the game. I was at that critical stage where I was welcoming ANY kind of change from what I was watching! The 2nd half of that game was a great transformation for that team.

    Anyways, at half time I stormed out onto my deck and threw some hamburgers on the grill, grabbed a beer and sat out there mumbling and grumbling to myself regarding 'why do I put myself through this every week?'

    Burgers got done and I came into the house (I could still hear the game on the TV, but I wasn't in the room watching it).

    Low and behold it started to sound like the Chiefs were showing signs of life so I shuffled on up to the living room to watch. Thank god I didn't shut the TV off at half time!
    Funny thing is, one of my neighbor's (a die hard Vikings fan that knows that I have the NFL package) showed up in my foyer a little bit after 3 o'clock asking me "Do you have the KC overtime game on?"!!
    So he sat here and had a beer with me and watched the victory... I had to ask him a few times, "Now that the Vikings are 9-1, who did they lose to?"

    Pittsburgh of course. *-)
    Im glad you watched the end of the game everyone that stuck by the Chiefs deserves to see them win, but dude burgers beer I might be coming to your place on sunday.

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    They've given up 43 sacks to our 37. Maybe not for certain a worse offensive line, but certainly no better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigeriannightmare View Post
    There is no way possible to have a ****ty offensive line and be 7th in the NFL in total offense, no way,

    Have you seen GB's line? Its so horrible.

    Aaron rogers just runs around RELEASES THE BALL and makes plays~

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