The sky has fallen on the Arizona Cardinals. Following the 17-3 loss to the St. Louis Rams, the Cardinals have exposed many questions that their 4-0 record had covered up. The Arizona Cardinals will have to take a long hard look at themselves, after a game in which Kevin Kolb was hit 13 times, sacked 9 times, and failed to put the ball in the end zone despite three red zone attempts. In the aftermath of a game in which they were beaten soundly in every aspect, it is hard to look at any position on this team without questions.
Is Kevin Kolb the answer?
Probably not, but he is the best quarterback on the Cardinals roster right now. Kolb’s play level in the previous games, and the added re-injury possibility associated with putting Skelton back in there, make it an obvious choice to stick with Kolb, at least until he goes another entire first half without putting up a touchdown. The Cardinals may look at taking one of the talented quarterbacks available in this year’s draft, but Arizona will face a difficult decision in 2013 picking between offensive tackles, or the teams next quarterback.
How does Arizona improve the offensive line?