Hi guys, Matt Cassel is really burning it up in New England this year after the horrible injury to Brady. Some guys on the local sports talk radio had some interesting thoughts: 1. If Matt Cassel takes the Pats deep into the playoffs, or even wins the superbowl (TM. Don't come after me NFL) then they could legitimately say that the Pats success is mainly built upon the system (the spread offense in particular that they use), and not quite as much on the quarterback as people thought. 2. If the Pats win the superbowl or get deep in the playoffs, do they CUT Brady and keep Cassel seeing as how well he is performing? Time will tell on these things, but to my eyes it sure does seem that it is a system for success in New England rather than having a superior quarterback. Or maybe the system brings the best out of the players?