Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs
Reid traded in one team with headaches at quarterback for another. Unfortunately for him, there is no candidate here with the upside of Michael Vick … or even of Nick Foles. The overly-pricy Matt Cassel appears headed out the door, so who will run the show in 2013?
Reid will call the Chiefs’ plays — which is both good and bad news, as frustrated Philadelphia fans (and LeSean McCoy fantasy owners) can attest — and he will have running back Jamaal Charles to lean on early. But wide receiver Dwayne Bowe could leave in free agency, as could starting left tackle Branden Albert.
Kansas City will stick with the 3-4 defense, which makes sense since OLBs Justin Houston and Tamba Hali thrived in that scheme and the team spent a 2012 first-round pick on NT Dontari Poe.
The No. 1 pick will give us some idea where Reid feels this team needs the most help. Is he the right guy for the rebuilding project, though?