It’s September 7, 2008, and you are sitting with a huge grin on your face because you roped in Tom Brady as your fantasy quarterback during your draft. You smile knowing that you can just plug him into your starting lineup every week except for his bye and you will be good to go. Then all of a sudden, Bernard Pollard, a name you didn’t even know before just now, dives forward and sends your fantasy championship dreams into a tailspin. If you were smart, you jumped on the waiver wire that second and picked up Matt Cassel, who very well may have led you to a championship as well. Don’t expect that to be the case this year.
Throughout his miraculous 2008 campaign, the media put on their best fireside chat voice and shared the story of how
The Patriots slapped the franchise tag on him and then later shipped him to
In case you forgot, in New England,
But now, let us travel 1,500 miles westward to where
I find it a little odd that during the Cassel “sweepstakes” (if you dare to call it such) that the two teams that were running and gunning for him were
I think you could pretty much plug any half-decent quarterback into an offense consisting of