Philadelphia Eagles: How Kevin Kolb Will Change the Face of the Offense

July 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With centerpiece Donovan McNabb's exit from the team, the offense has been left in the hands of the barely qualified backup quarterback Kevin Kolb.
Kolb's career has been lackluster, but he has had a chance to show off his capabilities. He became the first quarterback to throw over 300 yards in his first two career starts, and has been named the next starting quarterback for the Eagles for a reason.
Predictions for Kolb's success are mixed.
The biggest change Eagles players and fans can expect to see is less movement from their quarterback. Unlike McNabb, one of the most mobile quarterbacks in the league, Kolb prefers to launch quick, timely throws to his receivers.
Recievers also may want to spend more time in the weight room than the offensive line. The line shouldn't have too much to worry about in protecting Kolb. Kolb is a simple, fast-paced quarterback good at making quick decisions.
However, receivers may have something to worry about. Players like DeS...

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