smackthefirst wrote:Thanks spodog. I'm reading through this thread thinking how is Matt Leinart not included in the discussion. Not that I'm horribly high on him this year, but I would sooner want Leinart than Cassell. I'm with kensat on the likelihood of Cassell being worth anything this year.
As for the question at hand, Id' go like this:
Schaub - Hands down the best of this bunch so far and his only concern is his injury history. Personally, I think he makes it through this year unscathed and will finish in the top 5 QBs by years end.
Ryan - The kid has talent and even though he's only in his second year, rookie QBs don't come out of the gate like he did normally. Combine that with a potent rushing attack and the addition of Gonzo, and I see the speed of the game slowing down for him a little more this year and he will continue to improve. I give the edge to Schaub simply due to Slaton being able to assist whereas Turner isn't going to help with catches out of the backfield and Norwood can only do so much if he's not on the field.
Hass - He may be getting up there in age and he may have been dinged up last year, but I think he has another year or two left in him. And with the addition of TJ, I think his numbers will be serviceable this year.
Leinart - I'm not high on this guy and he's yet to show me anything in the games he has played. But the talent of the WRs in Arizona is enough to put him above Cassell.
Cassell - See kensat's post. Duplicate it for me.
Yeah, I totally forgot about Leinart, too many Matts. But yeah, it's good to get some opionions on Cassel, didn't know a few of you were so down on him this year, I will keep that in mind. Thought about taking him in the later rounds, but now I am not too sure. Out of all the Matts, he is definitely the biggest gamble.