I couldn't disagree with you more either. There are a limited number of people that can win 11 games in the NFL as a quarterback. The New England offense is tailor made for Tom Brady, not Matt Cassel. There is more to being a successful quarterback than arm strength. He threw 10 of his 16 touchdowns in the fourth quarter last year. His QB rating was higher in the last 2 minutes of the halves than the rest of the game. He's tough, has good leadership, and has shown the ability to step up in pressure situations. When we traded for him, we were going to have to pay him $15 million just for last year because of his franchise tag. His $63 million contract that everyone likes to talk about only has $29 million guaranteed. Meaning by signing him to that contract we only committed an additional $14 million. He's much better than any QB we had on the roster before acquiring him. Brody Croyle can make all the NFL throws you like to talk about but there's no way in hell he could have won 11 games with the Patriots. His decision making is poor and he can take a hit. I'm not saying Matt Cassel is an awesome QB, I'm saying he's an average NFL quarterback that we can win with assuming we build the other pieces around him.