Transmogrified Tiger wrote:
The term gets used way more than it should, but Cassel truly is a game manager. He doesn't turn the ball over, he's above average at avoiding sacks, and he can physically make all the necessary throws. He's not going to carry a team like an elite QB, but combined with an elite ground attack and a good receiver corps, he's not going to keep the offense from being pretty darn good. I'm more concerned about the ramifications of losing Weis and Haley hiring a yes man as the new OC than Cassel not putting up big numbers.
You think McDaniels is a yes man?
I always got the exact opposite impression. He seems like a guy that won't get his ego out of the way for his own good.
But I definitely agree with you - I think KC's offense will be just fine, even with Cassel.
McDaniels went to St. Louis, KC promoted their O-Line coach Bill Muir, who is about 150 years old.