Matt Cassel's experience in Kansas City has not been perfect in his three years here.
He has had a different offensive coordinator every season while playing under center and will play for a new coach in 2012 in Romeo Crennel.
Cassel also has had some bad luck go his way. He has missed at least one game each season. He has been inactive for a total of nine games and missed the final seven games of the 2011 season due to an injury suffered on his hand.
What happens if Cassel stays healthy and is surrounded by a great core of players? Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli brought in running back Peyton Hillis, tight end Kevin Boss and offensive tackle Eric Winston.
Brady Quinn will also back up Cassel and help him have a smooth transition with new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll. Quinn played for Daboll and can help Cassel understand the offense and terminology that Daboll uses.
Cassel will also be getting back running back Jamaal Charles and tight end Tony Moeaki, both of whom suffered early season-ending injuries.
With everything in play so far, what happens if Pioli completes this strong offseason by drafting a couple of more weapons on offense for Cassel? Read this slideshow and give me your thoughts!