I support the team. That hasn't changed. If Jason continues to show the kind of finishing ability he had last game, I'm cool with him being the starter. I just hope it's not a one-game aberation, but the start of a growth trend.
As for Chang, his time is now. Meaning that if Jason should falter, Chang should get meaningful reps.
"Who starts," for me, is only a biggie re who gets the lionshare of the practice reps. I still think we are in a situation where Jason will continue to start until Chang actually pulls a game out of the fire in relief of an ineffective Maas. Then the real debate will begin here and eleswhere. LOL
Maas is improving in arm strength from what I can see. His decision-making last game was superior to almost any other game he has had as a Tiger-Cat, thanks in large part to the offensive line's work. He's obviously getting some chemistry with Bauman and Walker in particular.
So today, things look up. I'm rooting for whoever is the QB. We obviously have a team that can compete now. The "we can't throw Timmy to the wolves" argument doesn't cut it so much now. If we need Chang in relief, we can bring him in to hopefully spark something.
Maas has been pushed. Now that the receiving corps and O-line have started to get it together, Jason is coming around to what I expected circa January 2006. It is important that the team doesn't let the foot off the gas. The East picture is still an open question.
Oski Wee Wee,