Disappointment in the desert
Kevin Kolb will be a bust in Arizona. Even though he has the potential to be a solid starting quarterback, he will be hard pressed to live up to the enormous expectations.
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His five-year,$63 million contract suggests he will become an elite quarterback, but the track record of former Eagle QBs in new locations is not good (A.J. Feeley, Donovan McNabb and Jeff Garcia) and that leads me to believe the system produces the results instead of the player. In Arizona, he leaves that system and I’m not sure he has enough ability to be highly productive in another scheme. Ken Whisenhunt and Co. certainly hope I’m wrong, but I don’t see Kolb as a big-time quarterback