For those who didn't see, Chiefs fans cheered when Matt Cassell got knocked out of the game from a hit and Brady Quinn replaced him. An offensive lineman on the Chiefs (who is not well known outside of die-hard NFL fans, don't recall his name off the top of my head but he's a legit player in the league for sure.) went on a wild rant to the media after the game about how disgusted he was with the Chiefs fans for cheering a player being injured regardless of who the player was or how poorly they're doing, not too mention it was the franchise QB.
Do you agree that the fans were wrong to boo a player getting knocked out by injury if he's playing poorly?
Did anyone else see the NFL Network Gameday Postgame show with Michael Irvin, Marshall Faulk and Deion Sanders, in which they discussed this issue? I was very surprised/disgusted by their answers.