What are we going to do? Put Charlie in? Come on. Hass took this team to its first NFC championship and Superbowl. He may be a little older, but he's still a good QB.
Its not 2005, just because people keep repeating "Matt is still a good QB" does not make it true.
More and more (and not just this one season) the good games are being far out weighed by the bad games, today he made 1 physical mistake (2nd INT, he just can't make that throw, not sure he ever could), 1 mental mistake (1st INT, a 7th grader knows not to throw that pass) and 1 that was both (the 4th down throw through the end zone).
Simple put, many of us are not in agreement with the "Matt is still a good QB" stance. He used to be, just not sure he still is.
Well you don't like to look at the situation he's put in, you would rather blame it all on the QB.
He has a crap O-line protecting him, questionable receivers, a lack of a "go-to" man and an unproven offensive coordinator (until Bates
). What do you expect? A quarterback is limited to the team around him and in the last couple seasons, the team around him has been a complete joke.
Look at all the successful QB's in the league. Brees, Manning, etc. What do they have in common? They're behind a solid O-line and at least one go to receiver. What's Hasselbeck got? Deon Branch and a former 1st round bust.
Where was our #1 receiver today anyway? Oh that's right, he was SHUT DOWN!