Cameron was asked whether Beck would start in the next game. He said he didn't know, then went on to say:
"In Washington, it didn't work when we played a guy [Heath Shuler] probably before he was ready, logically thinking this guy's the future. It wasn't good for the team, and it wasn't good for that quarterback's development....Drew Brees only played one game his rookie season and didn't become a Pro Bowl player until his fourth season....Phillip Rivers played sparingly his first two seasons before becoming a Pro Bowl quarterback in his third.
"I've been through three completely different scenarios and it's an instinct thing. Every guy has to be ready and you just make a gut instinct."
So, are you saying that Beck shouldn't play until a couple of years from now?
Or, at the very least, are you saying Beck shouldn't play this year? If that's the case, then maybe you don't have what it takes to be the head coach.