Whis won’t hint as to who the starter at QB will be

Coach Ken Whisenhunt probably has an idea of who will be the team’s starting quarterback entering the season. However, he won’t reveal who that might be. Matt Leinart was benched in favor of Derek Anderson for Arizona’s third preseason game this weekend. “Whiz says he saw good things from both QBs. Won’t hint at a starter or provide a timeline for naming one,” Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic wrote on his Twitter page. Anderson went 7-for-12 for 94 yards last night against the Bears while Leinart finished the game 9-for-10 with 84 yards for the Cardinals, who improved to 2-1 in the preseason.


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2 Responses to “Whis won’t hint as to who the starter at QB will be”

  1. Jim says:

    I hope “coach” plays Anderson. When he first got here he wanted to do the Steelers thing and run the ball. Really? You have great wide receivers and you want to run the ball with an over the hill E. James? He got lucky when Kurt Warner found his past greatness and audibled OUT of those running plays. HE JUST DOESN”T like Matt Lienhart, just like he didn’t like Ben R. of the Steelers. You can tell Matt doesn’t like him either. And Ben didn’t like him either. The Steelers didn’t like him,they passed on him as head coach and brought in a Minnesota Asst. coach. Bolden didn’t like him. He only finally realized Rackers was a choker AFTER three seasons! With Warner gone and all those starters gone the END is coming soon for this fraud. Then fire him and bring in the real head coach for the past two season Warner. I hate people with power who are bullies and that’s what his is to Matt. 2 more seasons then bye bye coach Wiz.

    • Will Brodsky says:

      I think your assessment of Whisenhunt is quite harsh. Not only is he a well respected head coach, he and GM Rod Graves gave completely turned around the culture of this franchise.

      In the three years that Whisenhunt has been with Arizona, the Cardinals won their division in back-to-back years, won their first playoff game since 1997, won their first modern-league championship in NFL history, and made their first Super Bowl appearance in franchise history.

      Not bad for a franchise that was an NFL laughing stock for decades.

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