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Matt Cassel has taken a lot of heat this season for the right reasons. But today, Cassel deserves a lot of credit for how he played in the second half and in overtime.
Cassel completed 26 passes for the first time since November 11, 2010. After he threw an interception to Jabari Greer, Cassel focused and connected with his receivers and moved the ball close to give the Chiefs four field goals since that interception.
Cassel has shown two sides two him, but if he performs like he did late in the game today, the Chiefs can compete in the AFC West and turn their season around.