Tampa Bay Buccaneers May See Brady Quinn For Chiefs
Goodness knows they’re fed up with Matt Cassel in Kansas City.
Cassel, who has been the Chiefs starting quarterback, has had more than his share of problems for his 1-4 team. He’s been one of the problems that has led to more than his fair share of the 19 turnovers committed by this team with a 1-4 record.
It’s so bad that Chiefs fans cheered when Cassel was hit hard Sunday and was down on the field. He left the game with a probable concussion and in came Brady Quinn. Quinn went 3-for-3 for 32 yards and thew what would have been the go-ahead touchdown to Dwayne Bowe with about 4:30 to play in the game. Alas, a penalty on Dexter McCluster nullified it, the Chiefs settled for a 31-yard field goal and went on to lose 9-6 to the Baltimore Ravens.
There’s a pretty good chance that the Buccaneers will see Quinn as the starting quarterback for the Chiefs this coming Sunday when they return to action at Raymond James off their bye week.
When the starting quarterback plays poorly, the backup becomes the most popular guy in town.
And this week, that’s Quinn.