Bears Vs. Chiefs: Tyler Palko Will Start, Orton May See Time, According To Reprt

Despite throwing six interceptions and no touchdowns in his two starts so far this year, Tyler Palko will start on Sunday for the Kansas City Chiefs, according to the Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs. Biggs is also reporting that he expects that Kyle Orton will see time at some point, regardless of whether or not Palko struggles.

Orton was picked up two weeks ago by the Chiefs after he was released by the division rival Denver Broncos. Orton has yet to throw a pass for Kansas City, but with their playoff hopes fading fast with every loss, it's expected that they will turn to Orton sooner rather than later, even though his knowledge of the playbook and chemistry with the receivers is expected to be limited.

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