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Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt wasnt prepared to name his starting quarterback for Sundays game at Seattle, saying he and his staff would watch tape from their 7-6 loss to the New York Jets before determining whether to stick with rookie Ryan Lindley, Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic reports.
Its doubtful Whisenhunt would turn to John Skelton, however. If he didnt play him against the Jets, he probably wont play him again unless there is any injury to Lindley.
Lindley looked overwhelmed in his second start, completing just 10 of 31 passes for 72 yards, becoming just the second quarterback since the NFL merger in 1970 to finish with less than 75 yards on at least 30 passing attempts.
We didnt help Ryan out very much yesterday, Whisenhunt said Monday. We had lot of areas where we had problems. Were looking for the right combination to be more effective, offensively.
Whisenhunt still isnt certain of Kolbs status as the quarterback continue to heal form rib and shoulder injuries.
The only way well know is when he can do it in practice. Hes making progress, the coach said. Until we get out there and see if he can make the throws and be able to do those kind of things, then well know. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
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