It looks like the Arizona Cardinals will stick with QB John Skelton for the game on Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. Skelton finished the game against the San Francisco 49ers with a QB rating of 68.6. At this point I have to question the coaching on ever making him a starter in the first place.
QB Kevin Kolb gives the team the best chance to win, but with him out for at least a few more weeks the Cardinals do not have very many choices.
They can start rookie QB Ryan Lindley and give up on the season, or they continue to start Skelton and pretend like they aren’t, but either way without Kolb, there is no hope. That is a statement I never thought I would say, but the truth hurts and sometimes you have to be blunt. The Cardinals are playing bad football right now and they are going into the Packers game without changing anything, and expecting different results. That my friends is the definition of insanity.
The Cardinals are going to scream execution, execution, execution. However, it’s hard to make things work when you are out played on every single play on one side of the ball, and the defense is on the field so much they are just plain worn out. The Cardinals are not going to be able to move the ball against the Packers. The only hope is the Cardinals going with a no huddle offense the entire game trying to catch the Packers off balance. The Cardinals’ fans can only hope.