KANSAS CITY, Mo. It's fun to throw darts at Matt Cassel he's tall, he's convenient, he's inaccurate, he gets this glazed look in his eyes like a deer just before the truck hits it but here's the juice: The guy isn't the underlying problem here.
The problem is Option B. Or Option C.
Or rather, the realistic lack thereof.
Take the second quarter take it, please of the Kansas City Chiefs' 37-20 setback at the hands of the San Diego Chargers, the franchise's fourth 0-2 start at home since 2000. With the hosts down double-digits (again), the natives at Arrowhead Stadium getting restless (again), the Chiefs were desperate for some kind of jump-start, some sliver of hope.
Here was Cassel's response: Two completions on six attempts, 28 yards, zero touchdowns, one fumble, one sack, one Pick-6. If there was ever a time for a quick hook, folks, this was it.
Brady Quinn, Cassel's backup, stretched. Brady Quinn put a helmet on.
Cassel stayed in the cockpit.
Halftime: Bolts 27, Chie...