"Without giving away too much," Kolb said, "the unique style of offense that these guys run and what they bring to the picture as far as their knowledge of the game and their creativity and their ability to be open-minded, it really excited me."
"I think a lot of times in this league you have people who are set in their ways and they follow other people’s leads all the time," Kolb said. "I’m very optimistic about what we’re gonna do."
For fans who may not be real familiar with you, how would you characterize your game and what are you strengths? "My biggest strength right now is a strong arm. I’m still young. I’m still learning the game. But when it comes to driving a 20-yard comeback or a crossing route down the field, that’s a throw I’m comfortable making. There’s always things to work on. There’s always things that can get better. I know my accuracy and my completion ranking (percentage) isn’t where it needs to be. And some of my decisions in Arizona have been questioned. But I think with the right coaching staff and the right personnel around me I can improve on all of that."
Does anyone else think this is Kolb and Skelton being a bit critical of Whiz and the rest of the coaching staff for the offense?
I mean, most of us did already say on here that Whiz and the rest of the coaching staff for the offense where uncreative with their playcalling, closed minded, too stubborn and unable to change what their offense did when it wasn't working, and unable to help their QBs fix any flaws they might have and help them develop?
Wouldn't be shocking if Kolb and Skelton felt the same way since they got to deal with it last year in person.