Last year, David Garrard surprised the entire NFL by coming in after being a career backup and playing extremely well. The circumstances differ in that Garrard was named starter at the beginning of the season, and Cassell came in as an injury replacement, but I believe that Cassell will be utilized in a similar manner to Garrard last year, and will have similar production in the passing game. They're both very similar quarterbacks - both have great accuracy, a good arm, and are very mobile. However, Garrard last year had more experience under his belt than Cassell, but Cassell has both a far superior set of WRs and a coach who will put him in a position to succeed, so I think that's a wash in this situation. Am I predicting only 3 INTs? No way - I'm pretty sure Cassell will have a hiccup game along the way. But I think he'll be good for about 3200 yards passing, 24+ TDs, and a low INT count, somewhere around the range of 14-16. He won't be a stellar player, but he'll be a very good game manager, and for this year, that's all we'll need.