Brady Quinn disappoints in first start, unclear who starter will be for fantasy owners in Week 8

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Neither of Kansas City's quarterbacks are playing well. We break down the fantasy implications.

The Chiefs can't seem to find a quarterback who can lead them to victory. With Matt Cassel out, Brady Quinn started against the Buccaneers in Week 6 and did not fare well.

Quinn completed 22 of 38 passes for only 180 yards and two interceptions. It is unclear who the starter will be when Kansas City returns from its bye in Week 8.

Fantasy Impact: Chiefs fans cheered when Cassel made an early exit last week. How are they feeling about their latest starting quarterback now? The bye week should allow Cassel to recover from his concussion, and assuming he's healthy he will likely be under center in Week 8.

Neither quarterback holds any fantasy value at this point. The Chiefs offense continues to spiral downward along with any potential for helping your lineup. Dwayne Bowe and Jamaal Charles are the only must-starts here.

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