KyOr is getting a bum rap by alot of people worshipping other altars. If given a solid team around him he can thrive. From what I read his teammates love him and respect him and want him to be the starter. The team record last year wasn't on KyOr's lap he barely had time to stand in the pocket. A poor offensive line and no running game made him ineffective. He isn't Michael Vick (no kidding!) he is a classic pocket quarterback and he needs that kind of team around him. John Fox and his offensive philosophy fit the bill with a smash mouth running game, with Willis McGahee in a starring role, and a fairly dynamic receiving corp. And by the way those receivers can block from what I have seen in practice. The best part is the offensive line should be much improved and they are young. Others have talked about the lack of depth and that is a legit concern but these guys up front stay healthy KyOr should have his best season. He has had some pretty productive years in terms of stats with fifteen starts in three of four seasons he wasn't injured and thirteen before injury and a bad team record sent him to the bench. He is a tough SOB and will play through injury. His completion percentage and YPA has gone up in his two years here with some downright awful teams he had to helm. If you have seen him in camp the last two years( I have twenty practices the last two years) he looks excellent especially this year. By far the sharpest quarterback on the team. An excellent season from him and they can get ten or eleven wins and a playoff spot. .