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Matt Cassel catches a pass from Brady Quinn


Peter Aiken

The Kansas City Chiefs went with Brady Quinn over Matt Cassel as the starting quarterback on Sunday against the Denver Broncos. Quinn has looked solid early on, validating Crennel's decision to go with Quinn.

It's still a strange sight to see someone not named Cassel running the offense and then to look down at the sidelines and see Cassel standing there with a hat on.

But just because Cassel isn't playing doesn't mean he's not keeping his head in the game. Check out this catch:


In a game where Peyton Hillis has actually attempted a pass, Cassel catching a ball sounds about right.

Cassel catching the ball is obviously the highlight of that GIF but what I REALLY liked to see what Quinn standing in the pocket as he was about to get hit. Cassel used to get happy feet in situations like that but Quinn stood strong.

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