Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt saw no reason to address who will be the starting quarterback when the team plays the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday.
Kevin Kolb, still not back to ''normal'' after a concussion, says John Skelton took a few more reps than he did in Wednesday's practice. Skelton started in place of Kolb on Sunday and, as he has done time and again in recent weeks, led Arizona to a late come-from-behind victory, 20-17 over Cleveland in overtime.
The second-year pro from Fordham is 4-1 as a starter this season, 5-1 if you count the victory two weeks ago over San Francisco, when Kolb was knocked out of the game on Arizona's third play.
Asked who would start Saturday if Kolb is healthy, Whisenhunt replied, ''We'll see.''