Bad Luck for Kolb…or Bad Judgment by the Arizona Cardinals?

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Is this simply a case of bad luck?  Or is this a case of bad judgment by the Cardinals front office in spending $65 million and investing in a very fragile quarterback who may never get a chance to start in another NFL regular season game?

Given the investment the Cardinals have already made in Kolb, he needs to be given every possible chance to keep the starting job — and prove to fans why he is earning so much money.  However, at some point in time soon, Coach Ken Whisenhunt needs to make a decision that’s in the best interest of the team — and that just might be naming John Skelton as the Cardinals starting quarterback in Game 1.

Stay tuned…

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Topics: Arizona Cardinals, John Skelton, Kevin Kolb

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  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3KXPVVUUZHREHT5AZBDC3YS3CI Ken

    The team isn’t that good. The QBs aren’t that good. Therefore, it doesn’t matter. So, trade Skelton (because you’ve invested so much in Kolb), play out the season, draft a real QB prospect next year, and plan for 2015.