Mind Over Sports

THE PROBLEM WITH THE CHIEFS COULD BE MATT CASSEL’S RELATIONSHIP WITH TEAM MEMBERS.

Posted on: November 14, 2011

First, let me make it clear that I’m on the outside looking in and am not privy to any inside information, but I have a sense that team members don’t like quarterback Matt Cassel. First, he doesn’t hesitate to reprimand them during games on national tv and doesn’t hesitate to express his dissatisfaction with a wide receiver who drops a pass. He often does this through his body language. Some quarterbacks go out of their way to create a good relationship with their offensive linemen, but Cassel doesn’t seem to do this. I’ve never seen him put his arm around one of them or pat one of his offensive linemen on the back for a job well-done. Which could be why the offensive line is often like a sieve allowing defensive players through, consciously or subconsciously, to wreak havoc on him, not giving him time to find his receivers. If I were the head coach, I would have the offensive unit conduct a players only meeting and talk about any issues they might have with each other, especially any issues the offensive line has with Cassel. Once the air is cleared, I think you would find a significant improvement in their chemistry, and their performance

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