There's good news for the Kansas City Chiefs and bad news for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
For the Chiefs, it's good news that QBs David Garrard (concussion) and Trent Edwards (thumb) may miss Sunday's game in Kansas City. Jacksonville head coach Jack Del Rio has said he isn't sure if either will be available but hopes one of them will. Garrard wasn't at the team facilities on Wednesday and Edwards was seen with a wrap on his hand.
The Jaguars may be looking to Todd Bouman. He's the third QB in Jacksonville -- re-signed this week -- and hasn't thrown a regular season pass since 2005.
SB Nation's Big Cat Country predicts, if healthy, Edwards will start.
The Chiefs defense will be ready for any of them and I think they've got a big advantage there. The Chiefs are strong at stopping the run and can ideally force the Jags to pass. With their QB situation, that's a Chiefs advantage.