Chiefs pull Cassel late in favor of Palko

Todd Haley decided enough was enough in Detroit Sunday. And we now have a Tyler Palko sighting.

Palko took over at quarterback for starter Matt Cassel late during the fourth quarter with the Chiefs trailing the Lions, 48-3. Cassel couldn’t get the Chiefs moving, completing 15 of 22 passes for 133 yards and three interceptions.

There’s not a lot of positivity surrounding the Chiefs, who already had lost TE Tony Moeaki and S Eric Berry to season-ending injuries, lost RB Jamaal Charles to what looks to be a serious knee injury Sunday, and will soon be 0-2.

— Frank Tadych

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