The Cardinals are struggling with a well documented issue. They still don't have a starting quarterback on their roster, and picking one from their current options is proving to be a true chore for head coach Ken Whisenhunt.
Kevin Kolb didn't help his own efforts last night, completing just 3 of 6 attempts for 22 yards, and oh-by-the-way, Kolb was safetied as well.
Such performances aren't helping, although John Skelton had a very respectable night in his limited play. Off field criticism is inevitable when an individual isn't playing well, and that's exactly what's beginning to happen.
Raiders defensive end Tommy Kelly criticized Kolb as being "scared." Apparently that didn't sit well with a very frustrated Kevin Kolb, who told the Cardinals' official website,
Scared? Scared of what? Taking a hit? I have never been afraid of anyone on the field and that will never change. That includes Number 93 [Kelly]. There’s a fine l...