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After just three games as the team's starting QB, it's tough to make a solid evaluation of Kyle Orton during his time with the Chiefs.
He's likely not going to be the future of this franchise at that position, but KC still might have something in the ex-Bronco.
Even without a strong RB, Orton showed that he could move his offense down the field once again on Sunday, which was something that the team was lacking with QBs Matt Cassel and Tyler Palko.
If the Chiefs decided to re-sign Orton this offseason, he could do some good things with these receivers, once they get more comfortable playing with one another.