Brady Quinn (ribs) is expected to start in Week 16, but not for fantasy players

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Kansas City Chiefs QB Brady Quinn (ribs) is expected to start in Week 16. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn will get the start in Sunday's game. The Chiefs passer was a full participant in Wednesday, Thursday and Friday's practice sessions, although he was on the team's injury report with hurt ribs.

Quinn will be active and starting for the Chiefs behind center. In Week 16, they will take on Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts.

Fantasy Analysis: If you've played fantasy football or know who Brady Quinn is, starting the Chiefs QB did not even cross your mind. Quinn will never be a relevant player in fantasy football, no matter what team he is on. The fact that he is on a struggling Chiefs team does not help one bit.

Stay away from Brady Quinn and all Chiefs players outside of Jamaal Charles.

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