First and foremost I'd like to appologize for starting another Jason Maas/Timmy Chang thread.
I know that at some point in time Jason Maas was a decent quarterback. I think it's because he was a perennial backup and had less preasure on him... but that's not the point right now.
Lets say that Jason Maas still has it in him to be a good quarterback. It's possible (ssshhh stop laughing). I just don't think that it's possible with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
See, he's lost the fans confidence so it would take nothing short of a couple 500 yard, 5 TD passing games to even have the fans warm up to him a bit. That's a VERY tall order.
On the field he also doesn't seem to comand the respect of the players. It doesn't seem like the O-line is willing to do "whatever it takes" to stop people from getting through. I could be wrong, but that's what I sense. He just doesn't appear to be their leader when he's on the field.
So... we'll say that Jason Maas is the Captain of the S.S. Sinkingship.
Timmy Chang on the other hand seems to command the respect of the players on the field. His gung-ho attitude appears to breath life into the players on the field. He may not be a great quarterback yet and he still makes some bad decisions... but he's young. That improve. The fans are behind him, too. I realize that Timmy Chang is not going to lead us to the Grey Cup this year... but if we use this year as a building year for him you never know what will happen.
So... lets call Timmy Chang the captain of the S.S. Leadership.
Lets make this TIMMY'S TEAM and see what kind of footprint he can leave. Jason Maas has already had a full season. We've seen that show. There's a reason why there isn't a Titanic II.