KEVIN KOLB HAS had a pretty miserable preseason. The Cardinals quarterback came into his team's third preseason game with a quarterback rating of 0.0. Just when the former Eagles QB thought things couldn't get worse, they did.
On Friday, in little more than a quarter of work against the Oakland Raiders' first-team defense, Kolb completed three of six passes for 22 yards, misfiring on his last three passes. Late in the first quarter, the bottom fell out. On second down from his 11-yard line, Kolb tried to throw a pass across his body under pressure. He was flagged for intentional grounding, putting the ball at the 1. On third down, Kolb had happy feet in the end zone and was sacked by Raiders defensive lineman Tommy Kelly for a safety. Kelly came running off the field screaming, "That boy's scared."