FutBol wrote:Before getting too caught up in him having only two catches, take a look at the total game. Hasselbeck only completed 10 in the game, and no more than two to any player. They were up 21-6 at halftime, and 31-6 as of the end of Q3.
While correct, Cook still wasn't a big part of the game. In fact, I really don't think he was on the field that much. The Browns were lost on defense and a guy that cannot cover Cook (Fujita) got stuck with him, Hass just exploited the mismatch and then Usama Young just plainw whiffed. Kudos to those who started him, but this performance was not a reason to expect more of the same. He's in the same conversation as TE's like Evan Moore that arguably should be on the field more, but are not. Ok, Moore's not an argument, he just should be, but you get my point.