FOXBORO, MA - NOVEMBER 21: Todd Haley of the Kansas City Chiefs looks at the clock in the second half against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on November 21, 2011 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
Will the Kansas City Chiefs continue rolling with just two quarterbacks?
Matt Cassel's on injured reserve so the Chiefs are officially down to just Tyler Palko and Ricky Stanzi. Chiefs coach Todd Haley was asked today (audio via 810 WHB) about the possibility of adding a quarterback down the stretch and didn't tip his hand either way.
"We'll continue to work on that subject," Haley said. "There's been a bunch of discussions. I feel good about where we are as far as Tyler and Ricky. It's just a matter of whether we feel like there's someone that can come in and help us at some point or make us better at any position, we'll obviously explore."
Haley was asked on Monday night after the game whether Palko is clearly his quarterback moving forward and he gave another one of those answers where he really doesn't answer anything.
"I'm excited about a lot of things and we just need to do them better and the players around him need to do their job better also," Haley said in his postgame press conference. "So, if they do that, then we have a chance to be a pretty good offense. The problem is, there are too many things that make you an inconsistent offense."
So, yeah. I don't really know what that means. The problem is that we're already into Week 12 so bringing another quarterback in wouldn't do a lot of good, especially considering the current state of the Chiefs.