Posted September 12, 2012 on
Hot News for C Mike Leach
BEST OF MAXIM
SPOKANE -- Mike Leach opted for lunch in Pullman, not Spokane, on Monday as he prepared his team for Friday's ESPN game in the desert with UNLV. While there was some disappointment in a near-capacity room in the Red Lion at the Park for the season’s first Cougar Coaches Lunch, fans like Don Barnett of Spokane Valley said he understood the reason for the head coach’s absence.
Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt is inching closer to acknowledging that Kevin Kolb will be the starting quarterback for Sunday's game at New England.
Whisenhunt said Thursday that ''it doesn't look great'' for John Skelton being able to play as he recovers from the ankle injury sustained in last Sunday's season opener against Seattle. Kolb relieved...
I’ve been well put on the record here on the Pigskin Report in my beliefs that Kevin Kolb, despite playing for my beloved Alma mater at the University of Houston, is not a starting quarterback in this league. But after starting Sunday as an overpaid backup and finishing as an unsung hero, he has the chance to prove me, and many others, dead wrong.
After getting beat out for...
The Arizona Cardinals have announced that starting quarterback John Skelton will miss the next 2-4 weeks with a low ankle sprain that he suffered during the team’s season opening win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Skelton went down after a less than stellar performance in his first three quarters of play, and he has to be the lest bit worried that even when he does come back...
TEMPE, Ariz. -- If the Cardinals are looking for a new marketing campaign, they might consider a spoof on the immensely popular Dos Equis campaign: The Most Interesting Man in the World.
They could cast wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald in the lead role and call it: The Most Interesting Man in the NFL.
You already know Fitz as one of the NFLs greatest receivers. You already know about...
Arizona QB John Skelton has an ankle sprain and is expected to miss 2-4 weeks, according to a report at ProFootballTalk.com.Fantasy Spin:Coach Ken Whisenhunt did not rule out Skelton playing Sunday and refused to discuss Skelton's time frame at all during his Monday press conference. We'd like to rule out Skelton or Kevin Kolb from starting on any fantasy league team until...
By BOB BAUM
AP Sports Writer
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt is inching closer to acknowledging that Kevin Kolb will be the starting quarterback for Sunday's game at New England.
"We still have time," Whisenhunt said. "It doesn't look great for John (Skelton) being able to play, but Kevin's had a very good week of practice and has...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cardinals will go with Kevin Kolb as there starting quarterback for this week’s game against the Patriots, Since John Skelton is dealing with a sprained ankle.
Cardinals plan to start Kevin Kolb on Sunday vs. New England Patriots.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 13, 2012
If Kolb ends up getting injured this week, we may see Ryan Lindley.
The Patriots opened as 13.5-point favorites as they host the Arizona Cardinals in Week 2.
This line is tremendous, enormous, mammoth and colossal all at the same time. Why? Part of the reason Arizona is getting no respect from the public is due to their quarterback situation. Watching Skelton and Kolb duke it out for the starting gig this summer was like staring at two Double...
The Arizona Cardinals beat the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. I have to be honest, thoroughly disappointing performance from the Seahawks defense. Skelton and Kolb tearing them up all day.
Sorry bro, not this year… Your team stinks.
Week two of the college football season has come and gone and Arkansas and Wisconsin are not happy about it. Let's take a look at the games you should be watching this week:
Thursday, Sept 13th
Rutgers (2-0) at USF (2-0); 7:30 PM, ESPN
Outside of Louisville, these are two of the teams in the Big East to watch. Last week, USF struggled at Nevada but pulled it off in the end...