KANSAS CITY, Mo. Brady Quinn reported that his damaged ribs are fine and that he's ready to go as the Chiefs' starting quarterback on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts.
Whether or not his presence will help the severely damaged Chiefs offense is bigger question.
Quinn and the Chiefs' offense are coming off their worst performance of the season in a 15-0 loss to the Oakland Raiders. And the 119 total yards of offense also qualified as one of the worst in the 50-year history of the franchise.
Of course, that may not have surprised many Chiefs fans who have watched the NFL's lowest-scoring offense (13.9) all season.
How frustrating has it been for Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel to watch such a dreadful offense?
Well, the team has been frustrating, Crennel said. Losing is frustrating. However you lose, it doesnt make any difference how you lose if its the defense, if its the offense or its special teams when you lose, all right, its frustrating.
But there's little doubt that t...