Afternoon Open Thread: If Kevin Kolb Plays Well Against New England, What Happens Next?

GLENDALE, AZ - SEPTEMBER 09: Quarterback Kevin Kolb #4 of the Arizona Cardinals walks off the field after defeating the Seattle Seahawks 20-19 in the season opener at the University of Phoenix Stadium on September 9, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

With the news that Kevin Kolb is set to be the starter for the Cardinals on Sunday against the Patriots, many questions will arise that Ken Whisenhunt will have to answer. He already noted that, despite the injury to John Skelton, he will get his job back when he returns.

But is that going to be the case no matter what? What if Kolb goes on the field and looks like he did in that final drive against the Seahawks? It's not inconceivable. After all, most would argue that Seattle has a better defense than New England.

So if he plays well, what happens from there? Let's say you are the coach and you are being forced to make the call. Which way do you turn? Do you stick by your guns and stay with Skelton? Or do you bend a little bit to ride with the hot hand in Kevin Kolb?

The choice is yours.

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