Although I am imprssed with your prose, I am not impressed with your suggestion that we consider Brandon Marshall. Marshall has been a diva on and off the field with a myriad of troubles. As badly as the Broncos brass handled the Cutler affair, there is no way they would trade the super diva to the same-division Chiefs. Furthermore, the asking price has been rumored to be a number one and a number three. The Chiefs have too many holes to fill on the lines to spend it on a malcontent wideout.
I do agree with that Cassel missing the first six games is not a bad idea. In doing so, he misses encounters with the Ravens, Redskins, Giants and Eagles. Regardless, the O-line woes were well documented last year and resulted in our transformation to the spread.
On the other hand, I feel you are grossly overestimating our Chiefs. Our roster is dotted with numerous first-round busts (Derrick Johnson, Tamba Hali, Glenn Dorsey) and our overall TALENT IS THE WORST IN THE LEAGUE. We have the potential to win 1-3 games.Remember we are the last team to LOSE TO THE LIONS!!!!!!
The dismissal of Gailey is expected. Haley wants to run his own ship and Chan is from a different era. I suspect Gailey’s interest in Thigpen may have worn thin with his boss. Nevertheless, One Arrowhead continues to be a revolving door for coaches in the last three years.