Kolb noted that the Cardinals had several good opportunities to score, especially in the first half, and ended up with only three points.
“Oh man, it was sickening,” he said. “That’s what changes the game.”
Cardinals guard Daryn Colledge said he’s optimistic the Cardinals will use Thursday night’s loss as motivation to correct some problems.
“Hopefully we use this as a springboard. I don’t know if we bought into our own hype or what, but we obviously weren’t ready to play tonight,” Colledge said.
The next question is, when the Cardinals do take the field again, will Colledge be blocking for Kolb or John Skelton?