Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt has yet to decide who will start at quarterback next Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks. Rookie quarterback Ryan Lindley struggled in the Cardinals 7-6 loss to the New York Jets, going 10-for-31 with just 72 yards passing and one interception. Lindley replaced a struggling John Skelton in the Cardinals Week 11 loss to the Falcons.
Starter Kevin Kolb is still out with injuries and his status for next week is unknown. When asked if Kolb would return this season, Whisenhunt said, "I sure hope so."
Fantasy Impact: The Cardinals have struggled mightily with both Skelton and Lindley. Neither player has offered much in the way of fantasy statistics either, although Skelton has been slightly better. Worse still, both quarterbacks hurt the value of star receiver Larry Fitzgerald.
Neither Lindley or Skelton is worth starting. Neither is Kevin Kolb if he is healthy enough to return for that matter. The return of Kolb may mean good things for Fitzgerald and the rest of the Arizona offense however.