Brady Quinn completed 7-of-16 passes for just 49 yards in Kansas City's Week 17 loss to the Broncos, throwing for zero touchdowns or interceptions.
A dismal end to an incomprehensibly bad season. Although Quinn wasn't quite Matt Cassel's equal in the turnover department, he proved every bit as inept at moving the ball. Across 10 games and eight starts, the former first-round pick could manage just 1,138 yards passing and two touchdowns to go along with eight interceptions. Quinn's astoundingly bad raw numbers are supplemented by a 56.8 completion percentage and 5.8 yards per attempt. They could quite possibly be the final nail in Quinn's "career." He's proven without a doubt he's not No. 2 QB material.