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The Kansas City Chiefs are enduring a brutal 2-12 season after high hopes of returning to the postseason. Led by Matt Cassel, the offense has been absolutely atrocious. The quarterback situation has been a revolving door due to injuries from both Cassel and Brady Quinn.
It would be disappointing if the Chiefs didn't overhaul their entire management, starting with general manager Scott Pioli and ending with Romeo Crennel.
A new potential head coach for Kansas City would be up in the air, especially if new members are hired within the front office pretty quickly.
However, an offensive-minded coach seems apparent during the darkest times in franchise history. It's evident that the Chiefs will have to select a quarterback from one of the weakest crops in the past decade.
The track record for Chiefs quarterbacks has been poor for quite some time. Who can help change that?
My Recommendation: Broncos OC Mike McCoy
McCoy is due for an opportunity at a head coaching gig, even though it will be a challenge in Kansas City.
During his time as offensive coordinator with the Broncos, McCoy elevated Kyle Orton's play dramatically, adjusted the offense to fit Tim Tebow and now has Peyton Manning flourishing in his first year with the team.
A former quarterback himself, McCoy seems to be the most ideal fit for the Chiefs moving forward.