I am disgusted with many of the posters on this board. Of course, losing Brady is the WORST thing that could happen to this football team. HOWEVER, the team around Brady is still a playoff-caliber one. Elite WRs, incredible depth at RB, solid O-line = better-than-average offense regardless of who is playing QB. If Cassel can avoid mistakes and even make a few decent throws like he did yesterday, we'll be in all our games. Our defense is still going to be solid. We shut down the run yesterday - I realize the Chiefs aren't the best offense in the NFL, but Larry Johnson is still a solid RB, that Charles guy was deceptively talented, and again, we really did well on D (aside from that one over-commit by Sanders that almost cost us the game). I am NOT saying my expectations haven't changed. I AM saying we are still a playoff-caliber team with Cassel at the helm. And even if we aren't: I still love this team, and will get excited for EVERY GAME we have left REGARDLESS of who is playing QB. I was crushed all day yesterday, still am today over losing the best QB ever to play the game. But what can we do as fans? We get right back up, get right behind the new guy. We cheer for him, for the whole team, and maybe the year will present its own moments of excitement. I'm not getting down just yet. We are 1-0, with a QB who has 116 QB rating. Let's get behind the team instead of down on them.