And now to our top story of the day: The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback situation. Brady Quinn was forced to leave in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Raiders with a possible concussion. He was not at the team's practice facility on Monday and although a concussion hasn't been confirmed, he might miss Thursday's game in San Diego. But head coach Romeo Crennel said earlier in the day that Quinn is still his starter once he is able to go.
If Cassel plays well against the Chargers, why go back to Quinn? What has he done to earn such security? He is nobody's future. He is a replacement-level player. But I digress; this offense is just a train wreck right now. If Quinn does have a concussion, I don't know how he would be possibly cleared in time to face the Chargers, so expect Cassel to step in. The Chargers' defense is not very good, but they are a fine pick-up-and-play option against the Chiefs at home on a short week.