"Kansas City Chiefs: Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest Scott Pioli and company traded for Tyler Thigpen. I mean, Matt Cassel. Yeah, Matt Cassel. They had to give up the No. 34 selection to do so, but also got Mike Vrabel in the trade. Now, they have two Thigpens on their team. One is named Matt Cassel, and the other is named Tyler Thigpen. I like Thigpen more than Cassel because Cassel gets too emotional during games. You can see him on the sidelines and he simply does not have much poise or confidence.
Either way, I think this says a lot about what NFL teams thought of Cassel outside of Josh McDaniels. Detroit did not want Cassel. Tampa did not want Cassel. Apparently, Minnesota did not want Cassel either. Hopefully, my statement that Cassel is the most overrated quarterback in the league holds up like it did last year with Derek Anderson."
It's by Matt Mcguire of WalterFootball.com. He picked Curry to go to the Chief's which I and, I think, most agree but I'm amused by his comments on Cassel. I don't agree but even if there is something to it, it still shows how valuable Tyler is and should always be to the Chief's. He handles pressure for the most part and it will always give the Chief's an alternative for Cassel if he has some bad moments or get's his bell rung. Personally, from film I've watched, I really like Cassel's emotions. Emotional quarterbacks (like Warner) are very inspiring to a team and I believe that that can be translated into a few wins every year. He (Cassel) sure didn't show any signs of choking as he drove the Pat's down the field against the Chief's for the win last September. What do other think about the above comments?