Originally Posted by Cassel's Reckoning
The point is that when he was a regular starter, less than 150 yards was a good bet.
HE HASN'T STARTED A GAME IN 3 YEARS.
He might throw for LESS than 100.
His supporting cast was washed out Jamal Lewis/Jerome Harrison. His top receivers were Massaquoi and Chancey Stuckey. And in the process, he had to go through QB roulette where Mangini would never commit to a starter, so my guess is, he never got consistent first team reps.
He's going to be in an offense now with weapons where they aren't going to ask him to do much. Matt Cassel's job was so easy even a caveman could do it.
Brady Quinn is going to be asked to do very little. I doubt he has many games where he throws for over 200 yards. I bet most of his games he'll have as many INTs as TDs. And yet, I bet that's good enough to keep the Chiefs competitive, and it's still going to be better than Cassel.