The Kansas City Chiefs already face an uphill climb if they are to upset the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday Night Football. Unfortunately, injuries are also taking their toll on the team and the offensive front in particular is going to be thin on Monday.
Branden Albert and Ryan Lilja were both listed as questionable on the latest injury report for the team, which means that Donald Stephenson, the team's third round choice in 2012, could see some action on the left hand side. In addition, blocking tight end Steve Maneri is also questionable. That could leave the line perilously thin.
Glenn Dorsey was placed on injured reserve over the weekend and he will not play for the rest of the season. Brady Quinn has also been labeled out for the game as quarterback. In a worst case scenario, Ricky Stanzi could be the team's quarterback behind a patchwork offensive line.
The Chiefs hope to find some answers quickly in a season that's likely already lost at 1-7.