Week 5 in the NFL had no shortage of news-worthy story lines. From Drew Brees' record setting first win of the season, to the Indianapolis Colts toppling the Green Bay Packers in honour or their head coach, Chuck Pagano, recently diagnosed with leukaemia. There was also a fair share of controversy, not least of which regarding concussions suffered by two quarterbacks—Matt Cassel and Robert Griffin III—and the reactions that followed. Rarely will you find two quarterbacks with such diametrically opposed fan support. Latter is widely haled as the savior of the Washington Redskins franchise, with fans willing to overlook almost any and all mistakes and missteps, while the former is generally considered the cause of all that ails the Kansas City Chiefs. In Sunday's games, both men suffered concussions, both would leave the field, neither would return, and controversy would immediately follow both teams.