Gridiron Gab Rapid Recap: Turnovers Doom Chiefs Again in 9-6 Loss to Ravens

Fans at Arrowhead Stadium Sunday chanting “Brady, Brady” have gotten their wish. But not for the reason many felt they would.

Chiefs QB Matt Cassel left Sunday’s game with the Ravens with head injury, and the Chiefs fell to the Ravens 9-6 to fall to 1-4 on the season.

The effort was much better than last week when they were beaten badly at home by the Chargers, but the bottom line is once again the turnovers killed the team, and it appears that the 2012 season is quickly slipping away just five weeks in.

Cassel, who had four more turnovers after a bad week last week, suffered a head injury when hit by Haloti Ngata and Paul Kruger. Quinn entered with 9:48 to play, and got the Chiefs to a field goal to make it 9-6 with 4:31 left.

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