In general, I think it’s a good thing, especially for the quarterback. As we learned through the process, the success of the quarterback was an important aspect in all of this.
But this year in particular continuity is critical. That’s because if, as many expect, the owners lockout the players on March 4, there can not be any contact between coaches and players. And if a lockout strolls late into the summer, as some expect, the Chiefs simply wouldn’t have the time to install significant tweaks to the offense to prepare for the season.
Our friend Joel Thorman over at Arrowhead Pride on the importance of continuity for Matt Cassel and the Chiefs’ offense heading into the unsure waters of the offseason.
Topics:Bill Muir, Kansas City Chiefs
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Patrick Allen is VP of Content for the FanSided Network. He also serves the managing editor of the network's very first site, Arrowhead Addict. Originally from Ohio, Patrick is a Chiefs fan first and a Browns fan second (I know!). He also pulls for the Buckeyes, Indians and Cavs. Guinness is thinking of naming him the most miserable sports fan of all time. @rpatrickallen