PFT Live: Cardinals talk with Kent Somers and Titans talk with Jim Wyatt

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A wild and wooly Sunday is in the books, which means that it is time to look back at some of the biggest moments from the weekend on Monday’s PFT Live.

One of the biggest stories coming out of Sunday’s action is that the Cardinals are 3-0 after beating the Eagles 27-6 in the desert. Mike Florio will talk to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic about the unexpected start by the Cardinals and whether or not they can keep the train rolling in the coming weeks. We’ll also find out if Kevin Kolb has done enough to hold onto the quarterback job once John Skelton is again healthy enough to play. The record says yes, but we’ll see what Somers thinks coach Whisenhunt might say.

There wasn’t a wilder game on Sunday than Tennessee’s 44-41 overtime win over the Lions, who scored twice in the final 18 seconds to push the game past 60 minutes. Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean will be on the program to talk about that game. Quarterback Jake Locker’s play was better than it had been in the two losses to open the season, but we’ll hear from Wyatt about the latest entry in Chris Johnson’s book of woe.

You can watch it all live at noon ET.

2 responses to “PFT Live: Cardinals talk with Kent Somers and Titans talk with Jim Wyatt

  1. In the Seattle game, Kolb ran one series in his no huddle West Coast offense style that let him make quick passes into the flats. As expected, he ran that series well and passed for the winning points. Against the Patriots, Kolb did so-so without any major problems, but he missed an open TD pass, a wide-open screen pass, and other passes. Brian Billick also said Kolb was terrible against the Patriots. Against Philly, Kolb had his best game where he completed a TD pass to a wide open Fitzgerald (blown coverage) and a lucky TD where two Philly defenders wiffed and Floyd picked it out of the air for his first NFL pass and TD.

    Overall, Kolb did very good in the Philly game, but adequate in the Seattle and Patriots games. He does not have a lock on continuing to be the starter as he has not proven he can make his reads and plays (as well as stay healthy) when he faces the multiple big blitz packages that are sure to come against him and the unproven and young Cards Offensive Line in the remainder of their schedule.

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