Today, John Skeleton showed us that he can be an above average starting QB at best. That is fine because an improved defense, having Ryan Williams and Beanie in the backfield, and (hopefully) an improved O-line means he won't have to play like an elite QB. Kolb on the other hand is still an unknown who I think will have to play out of his mind, in the last 2 games, in order to justify his costly contract. Here is what I think are two possible scenarios for the starting QB position next year:
1) Kolb performs poorly (or gets injured) next week against Cincy and gets released in the offseason. Skelton becomes the starter in 2012.
2) Kolb plays average, good enough not to cost us a win, against Cincy and Seattle which leads to a QB competition in training camp and pre-season.
3) Kolb plays out of his mind (or very good at least) in the last two games and becomes the undisputed starter for next season
Discuss below which scenario you chose and why you chose it.