Scott Pioli and Romeo Crennel have made it clear in recent days that Matt Cassel will be the starting QB in 2012. I can't say that gets me very excited. Another year of 90 yard passing games, holding on to the ball too long, and freaking out in the pocket. Can someone please tell me what Matt Cassel does better than Kyle Orton? Would the Chiefs have won against Green Bay with Cassel starting? Maybe but, not likely. I know Cassel is under contract and Pioli will never admit a mistake. But, what does the team lose by bring in competition? We have the financial flexibility to sign a Kyle Orton to be the back up. The second part of this post is centered around Tim Tebow. I have to say every time the guy wins I like him a little more. Good role model, leader by example, and wins football games. Let me just say I have been a fan of the guy since his Florida days. The day I turned on Sportscenter and heard Tebow give the promise speech I instantly liked the guy. Then, when he won the National Championship that year that was the icing on the cake. You maybe asking where the are you going with this. Half the fans or more in America think Tim Tebow is a horrible QB. Well I hate to say it but, when was the last time Kansas City had a QB win a playoff game, throw for 300 yards, 2 Td's, and have a QB rating above 125? My guess is never but, I could be wrong. So if you had the choice would you pick Kyle Orton, Matt Cassel, or Tim Tebow to be the starting QB in 2012?