Chiefs haven't decided on starting QB yet as fantasy owners laugh

Jamie Squire

The Chiefs are still deciding on what poison to pick at QB. We break down the fantasy implications.

According to Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star, Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel still hasn't decided on a starting QB for next week against the Denver Broncos. Matt Cassel got the start Sunday against the Bengals, but was benched at halftime after yet another dismal performance.

Brady Quinn played in the second half and was equally ineffective, as the Bengals stomped the Chiefs in a half-empty Arrowhead Stadium.

Fantasy Impact: The clown show continues in KC. By all rights, Cassel shouldn't take another snap after putting together one of the worst QB seasons in NFL history, but Quinn isn't any better and may be an actual downgrade.

It's an across-the-board disaster and the entire front office should be cleaned out for letting it get to this point. Fantasy owners shouldn't touch this situation with a 50-foot pole.

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