Brady Quinn went 22 of 38 for 180 yards with two interceptions, including a 78 yard pick six by veteran Ronde Barber as the Chiefs lost at Tampa Bay 38-10. Quinn was filling in for injured starter Matt Cassel who suffered a concussion last week.
Quinn, a former first round draft pick, wasn’t the only one to blame in this loss. The Bucs completely shutdown the Chiefs running game, limiting the Chiefs to 80 yards rushing, 141 yard below their season average of 221.6 per game.
The Chiefs scored their only touchdown early in the fourth quarter on former Southeast Missouri State player Edgar Jones’ 11-yard fumble return on a play that began with Shaun Draughn blocking a punt into the end zone.