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Why is Cassel so bad in the red zone?

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  1. jcrack

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    i just wanna know why its so hard for our offense to score TD's in the redzone..i dont know if cassell gets nervous or what but we have had a million chances this season to score & couldn't finish the job..hopefully that last series before the half doesn't come back to bite us in the a*s today..& moss also has to pick up his game 2nd half
     
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    Re: why is cassell so bad in the red zone?

    jack stop using crack... he's getting better and the recvr should have caught it
     
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    That was on the receivers, and play calling...... Not Cassel
     
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    good defence and he struggled against bad defences so are you suprised.
    unless he plays a good defence how is he going to learn.
     
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    This will put an end to the mindless gabfest to trade Brady. Cassell is not in the same league as Tom Brady.
     
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    How has he been bad in the RZ today? Yeah he threw one that could've been a pick, but a couple passes before should've been a TD and Moss dropped it. Dunno how you can blame Cassel here.
     
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    It never should have even started. Cassell to this date has never accomplished a thing. Can ANYONE tell us what he has accomplished? What? I can't hear you!

    Even if Cassell lead the Pats to a dramatic come from behind victory tonight, he still will have proven zippo. "Proof" only comes AFTER the regular season ends.
     
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    Because when the going gets tough, the offense - esp. Skippy - gets to choking. Sad to say, but when in the Dead Zone - on either side of the ball, the Patsies are simply...not...tough.
     
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    I was on the lynch Cassel bandwagon earlier this season but after back to back 400 yard games and a game lost more by ****ty drops from receivers, a major **** up during a return, and fumbles, I don't think hes doing that bad.

    Hes not capable of winning games on his own but hes not Ryan Leaf either. At worst, he's becoming a worthy trade.
     
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    Uhhh..... because he throws like lady Pennington.:mad:
     
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