Was curious to what the forum thought of this. Every CHIEFS conversation I've had starts out with Matt Cassel's ability to play the Quarterback position.
Some people believe that Pioli is giving him a free pass after the injuries last season, and out of Patriot loyalty is going to stick to his initial plan.
Others believe that Pioli is using his classic Smoke Screen (ala Phil Taylor / Gabe Carimini / Brian Bulaga ) by saying that trading up for a QB is unlikely / Stating that he is happy w/ Matt Cassel-Ricky Stanzi.
This might be Pioli's most important draft as a GM. Regardless of Cassel starting or not ... the Chiefs do not have a solid back up Quarterback. On top of everything.... Cassel has yet to prove that he can convincingly win games without Jamaal Charles in the backfield.
Thoughts ... Opinions?
Does Scott Pioli Understand That The Chiefs Have a Problem at Quarterback?
YES (114 votes)
NO (89 votes)
Perhaps (but he's too stubborn / cheap to admit it) (250 votes)
453 total votes