Bill Belichick drafted a 6th round QB his first year here. He plugged Tom Brady into his system, and he adapted to it. Brady was so impressive to the coach that the first opportunity he got (in addition to moving up the depth chart) the coach put him on the field with no qualms. The rest is history. How does Matt Cassel not exactly fit that same dynamic? Cassel was #2 by his 2nd year, and is the started as soon as the opportunity came up. Why can it not be that part of Brady becoming Brady was the coaching, that Cassel has more of. Why can it not be that BB sees the same traits in both players? Why is everyone (ok not everyone) assuming the 'unknown' (That is, what we havent seen of Cassels play) is a bad thing and not a good thing? Anyone really believe BB would have put Cassel in this position over a 4 year run if he didnt believe he will succeed?