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Video: Do Cardinals have a better chance with John Skelton or Kevin Kolb on Saturday? The Arizona Republic's Kent Somers discusses.
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To say Cardinals QB John Skelton has flown under the radar, would be the understatement of the year. The former Fordham star had some promise after being drafted in the 5th round in 2010, but to say that people thought he would be a comeback machine — well, no one could have expected that. Yet, here we are, and the Cardinals, once left for dead at 1-6, are flying...
Once again, I sit here and defend Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb. Why are people so dang impatient? We waited 20 years for a winner in Arizona. From 1988-2008, no division titles. Then we win two in a row and we all get so spoiled. Why can’t we wait one more? When Kolb went down with an injury after starting 1-6, John Skelton came in. He’s certainly done...
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Even though he is reportedly healthy after sustaining a concussion last week, Arizona is benching Kevin Kolb and will instead start 2nd-year QB John Skelton.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback John Skelton is expected to start Saturday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Skelton will get the nod as Kolb continues to recover from a concussion, a league source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Kolb has been dealing with concussion-related symptoms sustained in a win over the San Francisco 49ers on Dec. 11. The offseason acquisition has...
Remember that site? Not long ago, there was a time when Kevin Kolb was the backup quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles and was a hot commodity around the league.
According to a report from Adam Schefter, John Skelton will start over Kolb. This offseason, Kolb was given a huge contract from Arizona with $21 million guaranteed.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback John Skelton will once again get the start this weekend against the Cincinnati Bengals in place of the injured Kevin Kolb. Kolb is still recovering from the lingering effects of a concussion he suffered against the 49ers. Even though Kolb was the big offseason acquisition, Skelton has come in and done nothing [...]
John Skelton is starting a second straight game for Arizona in place of Kevin Kolb, who is recovering from a concussion.
Kolb practiced last week, but said he didn't feel fully recovered. He was listed as questionable. He suffered the concussion during a 21-19 win over San Francisco on Dec. 11.
Skelton is making his sixth start of the season. He also took over for four games...
John Skelton is starting a second straight game for Arizona in place of Kevin Kolb, who is recovering from a concussion. Kolb practiced last week, but said he didn't feel fully recovered. He was listed as questionable. He suffered the concussion during a 21-19 win over San Francisco on Dec. 11. Skelton is making his sixth start of the season.
It's no surprise quarterback Kevin Kolb is among the team's seven inactive players today. Kolb was limited all week because of concussion symptoms.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback John Skelton is expected to start Saturday against the Cincinnati Bengals while Kevin Kolb continues to recover from his most recent concussion, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb is inactive for Saturday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
This is going to be a great football game with two teams that still have playoff aspirations. The Cardinals have won four games in a row and six of their last 7 games, as they are red hot right now. The Bengals have lost two games in a row and four of their last six games. Here is a look at the matchups in this game:
When the Cardinals have the ball: The Cardinals are going...