Coach says there'll be no immediate changes to Offense

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ Kansas City Chiefs Coach Herm Edwards
says there'll be no drastic changes this week in the second-lowest
scoring team in the NFL this week.
That means quarterback Damon Huard will start when the 0-2
Chiefs host Minnesota in their home opener Sunday.
Edwards says Huard hasn't done anything to lose his job, because
the entire offense isn't doing its job.
Among all NFL teams, only Atlanta has scored fewer points than
the Chiefs, who also ranked just 28th in total yards.
The offensive line has been spotty, but Edwards says he's not
making any changes there either.
Running back Larry Johnson was limping around at the end of
Sunday's game but Edwards said he and Huard would be ready by
Wednesday.

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