What Brady Quinn Starting Means for the Kansas City Chiefs Moving Forward

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What Brady Quinn Starting Means for the Kansas City Chiefs Moving Forward
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The Kansas City Chiefs announced this week that Brady Quinn would take over as the team’s starting quarterback for the remainder of the season. 

Though Matt Cassel has been cleared for contact and could have reassumed his role, head coach Romeo Crennel had this to say via Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star :

Crennel said Quinn is QB 4 foreseeable future: "I want (Quinn) to be the starting quarterback without having to look over his shoulder.’’

— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) October 22, 2012

 

The good news is that a move—any move—was made. 

The 1-5 Chiefs are going nowhere this season, which is humiliating after entering 2012 with hopes of returning to the postseason. While this move certainly can’t be looked at as a way to save the sinking ship, its significance will echo louder than just wins and losses.

Here is how the switch to Quinn as starting quarterback will affect the Chiefs moving forward.

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