The Kansas City Chiefs hope an underachieving former first-round pick can help turn around their disappointing season - or at least finally lead them to a home win.
Brady Quinn makes his second straight start Sunday when the Chiefs look to avoid a sixth consecutive home loss to the Oakland Raiders, who are still searching for their first road win.
Kansas City (1-5) has not held a lead in regulation and lost four games by 16 or more points. It overcame an 18-point deficit to beat New Orleans 27-24 in overtime on Sept. 23.
"We're all frustrated,'' general manager Scott Pioli said. "It's not what any of us came out of the gate expecting.''
Coming off a bye, the Chiefs have had more than enough time to devise a plan to help end a skid that reached three games with a 38-10 defeat at Tampa Bay on Oct. 14.
Quinn, who replaced the injured Matt Cassel and went 22 for 38 for 180 yards and two interceptions against the Buccaneers in his first start since ...