Found December 07, 2011 on Fox Sports:
1. Kevin Kolb is not good, and not good for Larry Fitzgerald It looks safe to say that Kevin Kolb is not the franchise quarterback the Cardinals hoped for when they traded for him in the offseason. There must be at least 20 better quarterbacks this year. Despite facing a schedule that has combined to allow 130 passing touchdowns while forcing just 90 interceptions, Kolb has just nine touchdowns compared to eight interceptions, not to mention three lost fumbles, in the eight games he has played. What's amazing is that in those eight games, Larry Fitzgerald has just 38 catches for 658 yards and two touchdowns, which projects to 76 catches for 1,316 yards and four touchdowns. Those would be acceptable numbers for the vast majority of receivers, but not Fitzgerald. They'd would be the worst numbers he has posted since his 2004 rookie season. Even with the likes of Derek Anderson, Max Hall, John Skelton and Richard Bartel throwing him the ball in 2010, Fitzgerald managed to ...

Kolb marks return with big 2nd half vs Dallas

TEMPE, Ariz. - Kevin Kolb is back, and he led the resurgent Arizona Cardinals to their biggest win of the season. After a rusty start, Kolb hit his stride after halftime in Arizona's 19-13 overtime victory over the Dallas Cowboys. The Cardinals had gone 3-1 in Kolb's absence, but two of those wins came - barely - against NFC West bottom feeder St. Louis and the other over...

Target Practice, Week 13: Larry Fitzgerald, cursed by Kolb

Over the Arizona Cardinals' last 16 games, dating back to Week 14 last season, John Skelton and Kevin Kolb have each drawn eight starts. Skelton has been mostly miserable, completing just 49.0 percent of his passes, gaining only 5.8 yards per attempt, tossing six touchdown passes and nine interceptions. Kolb hasn't exactly put on a clinic, either, but he's been demonstrably...

Tarell Brown says Kevin Kolb is “most definitely” a bigger challenge for the secondary than John Skelton

Mon, 5 Dec 2011 16:32:50 CST

Cardinals Injury Report

QB Kevin Kolb had soreness in his right foot after playing for the first time in a month, RB Beanie Wells is still limited by a sore right knee and more inside.

Up next: Kolb comes back confident for Cards

The Arizona Cardinals' search for a replacement for Kurt Warner – the quarterback that took them to the Super Bowl – is in its second season. And now, for the first time, there appears to be some hope that they've found their man in Kevin Kolb.

Arizona Cardinals (5-7) vs. San Francisco 49ers (10-2)

The Cardinals lost 23-7 in San Francisco just three weeks ago, but, they have won four of their last five games.  The Cardinals will be starting Kevin Kolb at QB instead of John Skelton this time around against the Niners, so I expect a much different football game.  The 49ers dumped the hapless Rams in San Francisco last weekend, 26-0.  Here is a look at the matchups in this...

Cardinals: Latest News & Notes

RB Beanie Wells wore a plastic brace on his left wrist after Sunday's victory over the Cowboys,DE Darnell Dockett had his first full sack of the season and QB Kevin Kolb showed great mobility in his first game back from foot injury.

San Francisco 49ers (10-2) vs. Arizona Cardinals (5-7)

The 49ers completely shut down the Cardinals, 26-0 last weekend.  They beat the Cardinals 23-7 in San Francisco just three weeks ago.  That was the only game the Cardinals have lot in their last five games and they will have Kevin Kolb under center this weekend.  Here is a look at the matchups in this game: When the 49ers have the ball:  The 49ers will likely go with the conservative...
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