Originally Posted by FUNBUNCHER
All Cassel needs to do is play well, for him, which is about 60% completions, 3500yds, 25 TDs and 12-15 INTs.
That's a dream season as of right now for Alex Smith.
Cassell has one 3500 yard season. Which was in New England's pass-heavy offense. Cassell's second best season was similar in yardage to to that of Smith's last year (conservative, power-running offense.)
Why make it out to be a "dream season" for one player, and a eh, "just has to play well" for the other?