While the fans had been clamoring to see Brady Quinn take over for Matt Cassel so badly, that they actually cheered when the Kansas City Chiefs starting quarterback had suffered a concussion, they were reminded of one of my favorite old sayings by Oscar Wilde.
In this life there are two great tragedies. The first is not getting what you want. The other is getting it.
More or less, be careful what you wish for, because you may just get it.
Apparently, Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel has not see enough of it quite yet.
Quinn was the starter for the Chiefs on Sunday against AFC West rival, the Oakland Raiders. Unfortunately for him, he lasted just a few plays, leaving the game with a concussion himself this time around.
The fans did not cheer. They knew what that would mean.
One time can be a fluke. Twice would be a pattern.
Still, Quinn finished the game completing just 2/4 passes for 1 yard with an interception. He completed as many passes to the Raiders as he did his own team before...