• Quinn steps in at QB as Cassel is hurt late in loss to Ravens

    Summary of 31 articles · Updated Oct 11, 2012
    And, since we’re talking about Cassel, the Chiefs don’t really have much reason not to see what Quinn can do with the offense. Backup quarterback Brady Quinn took over for an injured Matt Cassel in the fourth quarter. Since we’re talking about Cassel and Quinn, it’s not like the Chiefs have much to gain from keeping the Bucs guessing about which quarterback is going to start the game. Kansas City Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel said Wednesday that QB Matt Cassel, who suffered a concussion Sunday against the Ra...
    • Brady Quinn's start might mean slight changes for Chiefs' passing game

      Brady Quinn has been named the Chiefs’ starting quarterback against the Bucs on Sunday, and Tampa Bay’s coaches expect a slight difference in his play versus that of injured starter Matt Cassel. Bucs coach Greg Schiano said Quinn’s mobility and size
      Source: tampabay.com
    • NFL notes: QB Quinn likely to start for KC

      QB Quinn likely to start Sunday for KC; struggling Gabbert remains Jags' starter
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Chiefs start crafting offensive plan with Quinn at QB

      Having given Brady Quinn a less-than-resounding endorsement, head coach Romeo Crennel and the Chiefs on Monday began the process of making the quarterback switch. Even at that, Crennel wasn't ready to declare that Matt Cassel was out for Sunday's game a…
    • OT scolds fans for cheering Cassel's injury

      Members of the Kansas City Chiefs angrily spoke out Sunday against thousands of fans who cheered when quarterback Matt Cassel left a 9-6 loss to the Baltimore Ravens with a head injury.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Wrap-up: Ravens 9, Chiefs 6

      Thoughts on the Baltimore Ravens' 9-6 win at the Kansas City Chiefs: What it means: The Ravens improved to 4-1 and took sole possession of first place in the AFC North after the Bengals lost to Miami. Baltimore escaped with its first road win of the yea…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Instant Analysis: Ugly win for the Ravens

      Jeff Zrebiec, Ravens reporter: The Ravens' performance spurred a number of concerns, from the run defense in the first half to an uneven effort by the offense to the failure to take control of a game the Chiefs were begging them to take. Feel free to fi…
    • Ravens a little less sloppy than Chiefs in 9-6 win

      Justin Tucker kicks three field goals as Baltimore escapes Kansas City with a victoryJustin Tucker kicks three field goals as Baltimore escapes Kansas City with a victory
    • Brady Quinn in, but not for the reason you expect

      Matt Cassel finally came out of the game, but not for the reason you’d expect. The justifiably maligned Chiefs quarterback was knocked out of the game when he took a hard shot from a pair of Ravens defenders. The Chiefs announced he had a head injury, a
    • Chiefs keeping it conservative early

      The Chiefs are hoping to ground the airplanes by keeping the ball on the ground. With banners flying overhead urging the Chiefs to bench quarterback Matt Cassel, the team did all they could to take it out of his hands early. Jamaal Charles ran the ball …
  • Eric Winston stands by criticism of fans who cheered Cassel’s injury

    Chiefs offensive lineman Eric Winston is standing by his criticism of the Chiefs fans who cheered on Sunday while quarterback Matt Cassel was on the ground after suffering a concussion. “I meant what I said. I didn’t say it off the cuff,” Winston sa
    • Chiefs Player Jeers Fans Who Cheer Cassel's Injury

      Chiefs tackle Eric Winston criticized the home fans who cheered as quarterback Matt Cassel was on the ground with what was later found to be a concussion.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • "It's Sickening. And I was Embarrassed": Eric Winston Responds To Kansas City Fans Cheering Matt Cassel Injury

      On NFL.com, Matt Cassel's afternoon was described as "an unbridled disaster." He was 9-for-15 with 92 yards and two interceptions. He also had a fumble on a third-quarter drive where the Chiefs were actually moving the ball. Then in the fourth…
  • Chiefs go with 1925 Dayton Triangles playbook in erratic first half

    No matter how you slice it, the Kansas City Chiefs' offense has been a disaster this season. Quarterback Matt Cassel went into the team's Game 5 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens tied for second in the league in interceptions with seven (Tony Romo leads…
    Source: yahoo.com
  • Chiefs fans expressing their anger with organization

    Arrowhead Stadium used to be known as one of the hardest places to hear in the league. Now, you’ll probably be able to hear the engines of the plane dragging an anti-Chiefs banner around today’s game against the Ravens. According to Sam Mellinger of t

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