Originally Posted by BoneKrusher
i jumped on the Quinn Bandwagon because i do NOT wanna sit through another season of three yard passes and game stats like: 15/20 for 90 yards and 3 ints.
i'll say this, "Anyone But Cassel" for the season ahead.
Again, that was more of a product of Haley and Muir's telephone-tag playcalling. Cassel rarely ever got more than a 2-3 second look at the defense when he went to the line. Definitely not enough time to read the defense, find favorable match-ups, call audibles and line adjustments.
The offense just "magically" got better when Orton took over? No, the game of telephone was over, and Crennel let Muir do his job without being micro-managed. The result, Orton looked good b/c the offense looked good. The offense looked good b/c Orton got a chance to read the D.
I do not like Cassel, but he will be closer to the 2010 Cassel than the 2011 version. Thing is, that still isn't enough for a Superbowl, so I'm ready to move on...