But it is actually five OCs in four seasons.
2009 - Gailey, then Haley
2010 - Weiss
2011 - Muir
2012 - Daboll
I'm enjoying some of these debates regarding Cassel, Pioli, etc.
Seriously, keep 'em coming. I haven't watched the game, yet. But I will, once it becomes available via my NFL GameRewind subscription.
I'll be watching things closely, just to see how much Cassel really is to blame, like I've seen posted all over the web.
two words for a gaiders fan suck b****. j/k the secondary looked awefull today what do you expect with 3 starters out. and atlantas offensive weapons
He had 2 interceptions, one was caused from a tipped pass by Moeaki which was not Cassel's fault. The other was a very bad decision by Cassel that was the result of him trying to make a play because the game was slipping away. The 2nd int was entirely his fault.
Cassel's fumble was the result of getting hit on his blind side. You can thank Mr. Branden Albert for that one, again not Cassel's fault. Sean Weatherspoon made several of our OL look like school girls today. Especially in the 2nd half.
Plenty of blame to go around after giving up 40 points, but I don't think the blame lies on the offense.
Let's talk about how Atlanta WR's were routinely open. They weren't making great catches, they were WIDE open. We got zero pass rush, NONE.
Cassel will have bad games this season, but this was not one of them. The defense/DC carries the brunt of this home opener beatdown.
Regardless of what personnel we field next week if this "defense" gives up 35+ yet again I'd hope that Crennel names a DC. There is beginning to be a pattern here.
No, I'm going to watch it. As I said before and reiterated on the Game Day thread:
We were missing the heart and 5 other components of our D today. They'll be fine. Tough start, but it's looking up from here.
The Chiefs did nothing today to dissmiss their stigma as a soft team.