Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb is excited to play again, after John Skelton's fourth quarter injury gave Kolb the opportunity to drive his team to the winning touchdown in a 20-16 victory over the Seattle Seahawks Sunday. Kolb was interviewed on Phoenix's KTAR Monday and talked about coming into the game late and the feeling throwing the winning touchdown brought him:
"I just got chills because the last thing you ever want to do is let your team down and them lose confidence in you and you not show up for them. To be able to do that for our guys and for our team, it meant a lot for me and the way they reacted after the touchdown and the things they said afterwards in the locker room and to the media, it just shows the camaraderie that we have in our locker room."
Kolb also said in the same interview "there is no time to sulk" in the NFL and that the league is "full of surprises." Kolb can surprise people this week with an excellent showing and a win - the Cardinals travel to Foxboro to take on the New England Patriots on Sunday, at 1 p.m. ET.