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Cassel's Stats: 8-of-17, 93 yards, zero touchdowns and zero interceptions
At this point, Matt Cassel is just playing out the days as the quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs. He continues to play uninspiring football. There's no chance that he returns to this team next season.
That he was benched for Brady Quinn in the game against the Cincinnati Bengals only drives home that fact. If there was any thought of Cassel remaining the long-term starter, the Chiefs would've let him work through the game.
Quinn's Stats: 9-of-14, 95 yards, zero touchdowns and zero interceptions
Brady Quinn is in a similar situation as Matt Cassel. He also doesn't have a future with the Chiefs. His only hope is that Kansas City will consider him for a backup role. The issue with Quinn is that he doesn't have much upside.
As he showed in the game against Cincinnati, he lacks the talent to lead a winning NFL offense.