Brady Quinn led the Chiefs to a win over the Panthers on Sunday. It was the first time he had won a game as a starting quarterback in three years.
His performance, during which he completed 19 of 23 passes, was strong enough for the NFL to name Quinn the AFC Offensive Player of the Week. Yes, really.
Did the league take into consideration the current state of the Chiefs, or give Quinn deference based on his incredibly insightful post-game comments? Yeah, probably. But we're happy for him anyway.
Don't look now, but the QB situation in Kansas City just got a whole lot sexier, you guys.
The no-longer injured Matt Cassell has been shoved aside for former Broncos clipboard holder Brady "I'm to sexy for my shirt" Quinn who has been named the starting quarterback of the Chiefs.
Romeo, oh Romeo. Crennell believes that Quinn gives KC "the best chance to win".
Luckily, that's a phrase we don't here much in Denver anymore.
Broncos fans are truly beginning to see the value of having clarity at the QB position. If we didn't have Peyton, Quinn might be starting for us in week eight.
Enough with all this "who should be the starter" nonsense. The real quarterback controversy in Denver is over which one is the hottest. Grab your clip board, number 8. You'll be watching this from the sidelines.