The Arizona Cardinals are one of only three remaining unbeaten NFL teams after Week 3 of the 2012 NFL season. The Cardinals defense and special teams play has stolen all the headlines for the team’s excellent start, but Kevin Kolb’s impact on the offense has been very significant also.
Kolb lost the quarterback competition to John Skelton in the off-season, but Skelton was subsequently injured against the Seattle Seahawks on opening day. Kolb came in to that game in the fourth quarter and led a game-winning touchdown drive.
Since then he has orchestrated victories against the New England Patriots, in Foxboro, and the Philadelphia Eagles, in Arizona, with two very different performances. Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt has asked a lot of Kolb in his first two starts this season, but each gameplan has been vastly different from the other. Continue reading