Kevin Kolb injury update: Quarterback still out, not a fantasy option

Norm Hall

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb will not play on Sunday. We discuss the fantasy implications.

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb is out this week against the Atlanta Falcons. Kolb was injured in the Cardinals Week 6 19-16 loss to the Buffalo Bills and has not played since then.

With Kolb out once again, the Cardinals will give the ball to quarterback John Skelton as the starter. Kolb still does not have a timetable to return.

Fantasy Impact: Kolb has been out sometime now, so no one should be counting on him to be a starting fantasy quarterback at this point. If you must have a Cardinals QB, it's John Skelton again, but that should be a last resort option.

Kolb was serviceable at best as a fantasy QB, averaging 194.8 yards passing and 1.3 touchdowns per game. His replacement, John Skelton has averaged 286 yards passing per game over his last three starts, but has also only thrown a total of two touchdowns in those games.

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