It's Kyle Boller...No, It's Carson Palmer...No, It's Actually Kyle Boller

OAKLAND, CA - OCTOBER 16: Kyle Boller #7 of the Oakland Raiders throws the ball against the Cleveland Browns at O.co Coliseum on October 16, 2011 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

First it was Kyle Boller and then it was Carson Palmer and now we're back to Kyle Boller. The Oakland Raiders quarterback situation has been fluid, to say the least, but it appears we're back to Boller starting for the Raiders against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

ESPN reported earlier today that Palmer was now unlikely to start against the Chiefs and Raiders coach Hue Jackson indicated in a Bay Area radio interview that he could use multiple quarterbacks in the game (Palmer, Boller and Terrelle Pryor have taken at least some first team snaps).

Steve Wyche of NFL.com reports via a league source and multiple Raiders players that Boller will be starting for the Raiders this weekend. Jackson says he knows who the quarterback will be but isn't identifying who it is.

For now, it's Boller.

Until it's Palmer again.

And then back to Boller.

I can tell you this with 100 99 percent certainty: Oakland will indeed have a quarterback on the field this Sunday.

(H/T kc571 and Chiefs1990)

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