[Kansas City.com] Brodie Croyle will wait for another day to become the Chiefs’ starting quarterback.
Coach Herm Edwards said Monday he would stay with Damon Huard as the starter for Sunday’s game against Minnesota at Arrowhead Stadium.
“He’s the starting quarterback,” Edwards said. “He hasn’t done anything to lose his job. The offense is not just one guy. Sometimes we look at the quarterback position and say it’s the quarterback. I don’t put it all on his play. It’s on everybody.”
“We’re going with the same guys. We’ve played two games thus far. Both have been on the road, and now we’re coming home. I think our crowd will give a boost to this team and bring a lot of energy. We’ve got to help, though, and do some good things on offense.”
Croyle’s time still might not be far off. That Edwards wouldn’t announce a starter immediately after Sunday’s 20-10 loss in Chicago would seem to indicate he was thinking about making a change to revive the Chiefs’ floundering offense.