After the Denver Broncos let yet another game slip away against the arch-rival Kansas City Chiefs, are we going to see a change at QB?
We saw the firing of McDaniels on Monday and now there are many decisions to be made by both Bowlen and interim head coach Eric Studesville. And one of those will be: Who will be playing QB next week and for the rest of the year?
I actually was one of a handful of Bronco fans in attendance in KC and this may have colored my objectivity just a bit.
It was one of the more frustrating games in a long line of them this year. Denver had every chance to put this game in the W column, with sometimes-stellar play by the D and the running of Knowshon Moreno.
And it may be the trigger that forces Bowlen and now Studesville to open the last goody bag in the dwindling basket by letting Tim Tebow show what he can (or can't) do. If he succeeds, they will question why he didn't play sooner. If he fails, then he will have maybe let his short tenure as an NFL QB come to an end, at least in Denver.