Originally Posted by lloydwoodson
Actually, Matt Cassel had his best season in Kansas City under Todd Haley, throwing for 27 touchdowns and only 7 interceptions. Just goes to show quarterbacks determine the success of the offense far more than any other player or any coach.
He threw 27 TDs to 7 INTs in 2010, right when Jamaal Charles had arguably his best statistical year of his career. That's no coincidence. When a team has a legitimate Running Back and is two-dimensional, throwing becomes that much easier.
Need to address our RB situation before we even think about addressing our backup situation in the draft. There's too many decent options as a band-aid for the next year or while we reload positions where Ben Roethlisberger
isn't the starter.