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Brady Quinn says Matt Cassel is Chiefs' starter

Brady Quinn was 3-for-3 after replacing Matt Cassel in the Chiefs' loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Cassel sustained a concussion, but in postgame comments, Quinn was clear that Cassel is the starter.

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Cheering Cassel: The detestable side of us all

The NFL's unparalleled popularity reached a disturbing point on Sunday when fans cheered Matt Cassel's injury.

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Charles frustrated as Chiefs fall to 1-4

Jamaal Charles shares the frustration of many Chiefs fans, as Kansas City fell to 1-4 on the season after Sunday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

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Cassel concussed in loss to Baltimore

Kansas City Chiefs starting quarterback Matt Cassel suffered a concussion in Week 5's loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

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KC fans search for bright spots in loss to Ravens

The Kansas City Chiefs held the Baltimore Ravens to just 298 yards of offense, as well as forcing two turnovers, yet lost on Sunday, 9-6, to fall to 1-4 on the season.

The game was marred by a hapless pass offense led by quarterback Matt Cassel, who threw two interceptions and lost a fumble at the goal line, that left many Chiefs fans frustrated and upset by yet another poor performance. Jamaal Charles was the lone bright spot, rushing for 140 yards on 30 carries, but it would be far from enough in the close loss.

Joel Thorman of Arrowhead Pride sums up the loss succinctly:

The Kansas City Chiefs improved their play on defensive dramatically but still couldn't hold on to beat the Baltimore Ravens, losing a nailbiter, 9-6. Matt Cassel was hurt in the fourth quarter, replaced by Brady Quinn. Cassel threw only 15 passes all game and had only thrown seven at halftime.

Jamaal Charles was the star on offense as he racked up 140 rushing yards on 30 carries. Justin Houston is the defensive star in the loss with two sacks.

The Chiefs were in this game all the way to the very end when the Ravens converted a 3rd-and-1 at the two-minute warning, effectively ending the game.

The Chiefs travel to Tampa Bay for a Week 6 matchup against the Buccaneers on Oct. 14.

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Chiefs fall to Ravens in field goal battle, 9-6

The Baltimore Ravens narrowly escaped with a 9-6 win over the Chiefs on Sunday, boosting their record to 4-1.

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Chiefs, Ravens tied 3-3 at the half

A pair of field goals is all the offense so far in this battle between the Chiefs and Ravens at Arrowhead Stadium.

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Chiefs trail 3-0 after first quarter

After a series of punts, a Matt Cassel fumble led to an early lead for the Ravens.

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Chiefs secondary looks to rattle Ravens receivers

When the 3-1 Baltimore Ravens take on the 1-3 Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, the Ravens will need to contend with an aggressive Chiefs secondary that ranks 13th in the league against the pass.

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Chiefs surprise inactives: Pitoitua, Lewis

The Chiefs defense will be even worse off than expected as several key defenders will be inactive against the Baltimore Ravens.

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Widespread Panic: Chiefs fans, media need to chill

The Chiefs have not looked good. They're not even healthy. But the 2012 season is structured in such a way that hope should not be lost.

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Neither Hillis nor Dorsey will play vs. the Ravens

Glenn Dorsey and Peyton Hillis headline the Chiefs' injury list for Sunday afternoon.

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More NFL predictions are out. More Ravens picks.

It's not even a surprise anymore that the Kansas City Chiefs are major underdogs to the Baltimore Ravens in Sunday's game.

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Chiefs activate Neiko Thorpe

The Chiefs made some roster moves before Sunday's game against the Ravens.

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Chiefs' Daboll prepping for Lewis and Ravens' D

Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll discusses preparing for Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and the rest of the Baltimore Ravens' defense ahead of Sunday's game at Arrowhead Stadium.

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NFL.com predicts another Chiefs loss at home

Kansas City is an underdog at home as they try to slow down Baltimore on Sunday.

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Chiefs look 'crisp, efficient' in practice

The Chiefs are enjoying a nice week of practice leading up to Sunday's big game against the Ravens.

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Tamba Hali: Ray Rice 'talks a lot of trash'

The Chiefs defensive end claims that Ravens running back Ray Rice lets loose with more trash talk than most players on the offensive side of the ball.

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Tony Moeaki says he'll 'be ready' for Ravens

With Kevin Boss out for the season, Chiefs tight end Tony Moeaki talked about how he would be ready as the only receiving tight end left on the team against the Baltimore Ravens.

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Tamba Hali, Justin Houston earn Ravens' attention

The pair of Chiefs pass rushers have five sacks in 2012 and earned praise from Michael Oher and John Harbaugh.

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Tyson Jackson warns of dangerous Ravens offense

The Chiefs defensive end warns that the Ravens offense is dangerous in 2012.

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Ravens sweep Chiefs in NFL picks

The Kansas City Chiefs are given no chance against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday according to the 8-man panel at CBS Sports.

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All Ravens players attend practice Thursday

Baltimore had 100 percent participation in practice Thursday as they prepare for the Chiefs in Week 5.

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Flacco's deep passing creates problems for Chiefs

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is completing deep passes at a higher rate than any point in his career. The Chiefs have struggled against the pass this year, and could be in for a long afternoon Oct. 7.

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NFL picks: No one believes in the Chiefs

No one believes the Kansas City Chiefs stand a chance of winning on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.

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How will the Chiefs account for Ray Lewis?

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel discusses Ray Lewis and the Baltimore Ravens defense.

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Chiefs injury report: Flowers misses practice

The Kansas City Chiefs injury report for Wednesday had seven players missing practice, including receiver Jon Baldwin and cornerback Brandon Flowers, with two being listed as having limited participation.

Baldwin (hamstring), defensive back Jalil Brown (hamstring), Flowers (heel), running back Peyton Hillis (ankle), linebacker Derrick Johnson (groin), defensive end Ropati Pitoitua (elbow) and receiver Devon Wylie (hamstring) all missed practice on Wednesday, according to the team's official injury report.

Flowers had missed most of training camp and the first game of the season with a heel injury. Derrick Johnson left in the fourth quarter against the Chargers and did not return. Peyton Hillis suffered an ankle injury against the Saints in Week 3 and did not play last week against San Diego.

Dexter McCluster, Steve Breaston and Dwayne Bowe all made it through the loss to the Chargers without injury.

Defensive back Kendrick Lewis (shoulder) and guard Ryan Lilja (back) were listed as being limited in practice.

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Chiefs kick the tires on center Andre Gurode

The Kansas City Chiefs worked out free agent center Andre Gurode Wednesday.

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Romeo Crennel "disappointed" to lose Kevin Boss

Head coach Romeo Crennel spoke out about the team's reaction to TE Kevin Boss' season-ending concussion Wednesday.

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Chiefs lead NFL in turnover department

Head coach Romeo Crennel has been trying to cut down on the giveaways with his Chiefs team leading the NFL in turnovers allowed.

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Chiefs reportedly add LB Kehl

Linebacker Brian Kehl is reportedly a member of the Kansas City Chiefs.

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Chiefs, Ravens meet Sunday

Before the season, the Kansas City Chiefs surely hoped to be better than 1-3 when they saw that the Baltimore Ravens loomed in Week 5. Alas, that's where they find themselves as Sunday's noon game against the 3-1 Ravens is upon them.

It'll take a huge upset for Kansas City's disappointing season to turn around in Week 5, as Baltimore looks every bit as powerful as the team that made it to the AFC Championship game last year.

The Chiefs, meanwhile, are coming off a huge loss to AFC West rival San Diego, but Kansas City at least has the benefit of playing at Arrowhead on its side Sunday. Kansas City's home crowd is traditionally one of the best in football. Whether or not the fans can muster enough excitement about a team that has woefully underperformed its expectations remains to be seen.

Sunday's game will be televised by CBS. Here's the rest of the Week 5 NFL schedule. All times listed are Central.

Thursday, Oct. 4

Cardinals at Rams -- 7:20 p.m., NFL Network

Sunday, Oct. 7

Falcons at Redskins -- noon, FOX

Ravens at Chiefs -- noon, CBS

Eagles at Steelers -- noon, FOX

Packers at Colts -- noon, FOX

Dolphins at Bengals -- noon, CBS

Browns at Giants -- noon, CBS

Seahawks at Panthers -- 3:05 p.m., FOX

Bears at Jaguars -- 3:05 p.m., FOX

Bills at 49ers -- 3:25 p.m., CBS

Broncos at Patriots -- 3:25 p.m., CBS

Titans at Vikings -- 3:25 p.m., CBS

Chargers at Saints -- 7:20 p.m., NBC

Monday, Oct. 8

Texans at Jets -- 7:30 p.m., ESPN

For the entire 2012 NFL schedule, check out SI.com.

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Chiefs one of the worst teams in the league

The Kansas City Chiefs are near the bottom of the league in SB Nation's Week 5 Power Rankings

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