In a game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens, starting Kansas City quarterback, Matt Cassel, took a hit from Baltimore’s Haloti Ngata that caused Cassel to leave the field and head to the locker room early.
As in most cases when players are taken off the field, the fans are anything but quiet in letting their support be heard for the injured athlete. In this case, however, the Chiefs were playing a home game in front of thousands and their fans were yelling in support of Cassel getting hit.
Cassel’s had a tough season so far to say the least. He has nine interceptions with only five touchdowns. With a ratio like that it is understandable for fans to expect better from their starting quarterback, but it is completely appalling for fans to be celebrating an injury.
Eric Winston of the Chiefs felt the same way, “It’s 100 percent sickening,” according to a post on abcnewsgo.com. Winston went on to say, “If he’s not the best quarterback, he’s not the ...