It Is Official: Brady Quinn To Face Bucs

October 11th, 2012

Joe really isn’t sure the following is good news:

Per Chiefs beat writer Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star, embattled Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Bucs at the stadium on Dale Mabry Highway and instead, as expected, backup Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn will start.

@adamteicher: Chiefs have finally ruled Cassel out of Sundays game.

Again, Joe isn’t sure this is a good thing at all. Cassel has been no less than horrid this season. He was averaging three turnovers a game all by himself. He has 13 turnovers through five games, including four fumbles.

Quinn can’t possibly turn the ball over any worse than Cassel has. One could argue — from a Chiefs’ standpoint — that Cassel missing a game is addition by subtraction.

Later, Joe will have an item from Bucs linebacker Quincy Black saying he really doesn’t care who the Chiefs quarterback is, and why that is.

Stay tuned.

3 Responses to “It Is Official: Brady Quinn To Face Bucs”

  1. SilenceTheCritics Says:

    Cassell was the starting QB for a reason. Lol, Quinn is just as horrible. But sadly, even horrible QB’s have a tendency to come to Tampa and light us up. We’ll see how it goes.

  2. patrickbucs Says:

    I think they will be runnng the ball a lot with screens mixed in. Maybe an occasional shot to Bowe.

  3. Bangkok Buc Says:

    With all due respect, no Bucs fan should be excited about this news. How many times did back-ups torch us last year?
    We’ve lost 13 of 14 so until we start living up to expectations, I’m just as worried as if Cassel was starting.
    Prove me wrong