If you're an Arizona Cardinals fan keeping score, it's now John Skelton 39.3 and Kevin Kolb 0.0.
That's the two Cardinals signal callers quarterback rating after two pre-season games. Not very impressive is it?
To put that into perspective, Aaron Rodgers led the league last year in the regular season with a 122.5 quarterback rating.
Okay, that was spectacular, but even if you look at Eli Manning, who finished 7th last year, he had a 92.9 quarterback rating.
Want more evidence of just how concerning this is? San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith finished with a 90.7 quarterback rating.
To be fair, Kolb finished his nine games last season with an 81.1 rating, good enough for 17th best in the league, while Skelton finished 31st with a 68.9 quarterback rating.
So as we look at the first two pre-season games, we have to be careful about how much stock we put into the raw numbers. But then again, the offense has scored just one touchdown with those two at the helm, and that's simply not good enough.
An ESPN report on Tuesday had Skelton as the favorite and Kolb on his way out, but how much stock do we put in that report? Again Wednesday, ESPN reported that it's Skelton's job to lose and Kolb needs to make huge improvements to challenge.
Another popular sports website reported that the Cardinals would start looking outside the organization for a quarterback if Skelton and Kolb don't improve. CBSSports.com's NFL Insider Jason La Canfora says the Cardinals could be interested in players like Tarvaris Jackson, Colt McCoy and Donovan McNabb.
While I'm not ready to bring in Jackson or McCoy, if Skelton and Kolb don't get going soon, the Cardinals may start looking.
I don't think anybody in the organization is willing to go through another season like 2012 with Derek Anderson and Max Hall. That's simply too fresh in our minds to want to repeat a season like that.
That's Fouhy on sports!
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