• Whisenhunt Not Sure How He Will Use Kolb and Skelton in Preseason Finale

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Aug 27, 2012
    And if Whisenhunt has already made his decision, there's even less reason to evaluate Kolb and Skelton. The Cardinals will probably need both Kolb and Skelton this season. The Broncos likely won't play their starters long, so playing Kolb and Skelton an equal amount against Denver's top players wasn't practical, Whisenhunt said. “The one thing we’ve got to get corrected, whether it’s Jaymar Johnson or John Skelton or Kevin Kolb or Ryan Lindley, we can’t turn the football over,” Whisenhunt said. "Whenever you talk about what Ryan's done in preseason, what's the next thing that they say? 'Well, he did it against threes ,'" Whisenhunt said. Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt made an announcement about his starting quarterback situation Monday morning, but it wasn't the one everyone has been anticipating. Arizona has already played its usual allotment of preseason games.
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    Playing one more exhibition game than usual was going to give the Arizona Cardinals additional time to evaluate their quarterbacks. That was one line of thinking back in February when the NFL announced the Cardinals and New Orleans Saints as participant…
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  • Around the NFC West: One QB job open

    Russell Wilson's ascension into the Seattle Seahawks' lineup leaves one NFL team without a starting quarterback for 2012. Your Arizona Cardinals are that team. John Skelton or Kevin Kolb? Coach Ken Whisenhunt figures to name his Week 1 starter before to…
    Source: ESPN.com

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