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For at least a few magic moments, these were Kevin Kolb's Arizona Cardinals once again.
Booed by a share of the home crowd as he took the field following an ankle injury to John Skelton, Kolb heard nothing but cheers after he engineered the winning touchdown drive against Seattle on Sunday.
Just how long he will be Arizona's No. 1 quarterback is an open question.
Skelton's injury was not as serious as first thought. Coach Ken Whisenhunt says it was a low ankle sprain and called it ''good news.''
Asked if he was ruling out Skelton for next Sunday's game at New England, Whisenhunt said ''Not yet.''
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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...
According to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic, the Cardinals believe quarterback John Skelton has a high ankle sprain and are hoping it’s nothing more serious.
Cardinals are hoping Skelton has only a high ankle sprain. But sounds like it could be more serious
— Kent Somers (@kentsomers) September 10, 2012
I wonder how safe Skelton’s job is after Kevin Kolb came into the...
There's good news and bad news for Arizona Cardinals fans. On the bright side, the Cardinals got the win in their season opener against the Seahawks. On the down side, the Cardinals' quarterback situation is still up in the air.
After John Skelton was put out the game with an injury, Kevin Kolb entered the game without any first team work this week. It didn'...
Arizona Staff Says Skelton’s Injury Isn’t Too Bad -
If you were watching the Seattle at Arizona game on Sunday and saw the look of agony and pain on Cardinals QB John Skelton’s face when he went down late in the fourth quarter, you were most likely thinking that he’d suffered a very serious injury. Skelton’s right ankle was quickly placed in an air cast and he was taken...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Adrian Wilson had an agenda when he reached the postgame podium Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium.
I want to talk about Kevin Kolb, Wilson said. Lets talk about how poetic that was.
Those who watched the entirety of the Cardinals 20-16 victory over the Seahawks might have chosen a different term. But Kolbs relief effort in place of injured starter John...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Kevin Kolb lost his job and with it, probably a lot of confidence, too. But if he did, he didn't show it Sunday when he was pressed into action for the Arizona Cardinals. John Skelton, who beat out Kolb for the starting quarterback job despite making just $500,000 compared to the $20 million the Cardinals have already invested in Kolb in a little more than...
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...
The Arizona Cardinals have been picked by many experts to be one of the worst teams in the NFL this season. Their basis is just, they say the Cardinals will struggle because of their long QB battle this offseason that resulted in John Skelton eventually beating out Kevin Kolb. Now that the team has their [...]
The 2012 NFL season kicks off for the Arizona Cardinals tomorrow afternoon in Glendale against the Seattle Seahawks. The Cardinals lead the overall series, 14-12. How ready are the Red Birds? Let's take a look at some concerns for head coach Ken Whisenhunt's squad as they prepare to meet their NFC West rival:
Is Beanie Wells hurt already?
The oft-injured halfback missed...
The New England Patriots reached the Super Bowl last season despite a shaky defense, but that unit could be drastically improved if Week 1 is any indication.
Tom Brady's offense, meanwhile, appears as potent as ever.
The Patriots aim for another impressive all-around showing Sunday in their home opener against the Arizona Cardinals, who seem likely to have Kevin Kolb under...