Originally Posted by saphojunkie
Reading Quinn's actual career biography is a constant lesson in bad effing luck, especially once the Mangenius took over in Cleveland. Complete cockup of the whole situation.
There is reason to hope, if not be optimistic.
And Cassel's time with KC hasn't been a lesson in bad luck? Crazed head coach who fired his OC two weeks before the start of the season? Demoted the only receiving threat on the team, who was then suspended for illegal substances? Started LJ? New OC who appeared to get Cassel on the right track who is then fired. Horrible 3rd OC, no running game, etc.
Cassel sure as hell hasn't elevated the play of those around him, but not many QB's are going to overcome 5 OC's in 4 years.