Who Should Play Quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals?

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The Arizona Cardinals' quarterback situation has morphed from a controversy into a joke, as the Cardinals threw for a grand total of 41 yards in Sunday's loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

The only guy who was winning games, Kevin Kolb, is still injured, John Skelton was pulled from Sunday's game after completing two of seven passes for 6 yards, and rookie Ryan Lindley didn't really do anything helpful in his pro debut.

See also:
-Arizona Cardinals Lose to Atlanta Falcons; Things Are Getting So Bad That Ryan Lindley's Throwing Footballs
-Arizona Cardinals Starting Quarterback: Kevin Kolb or John Skelton?

Even though getting rookie tackle Nate Potter in the game has helped protect whoever the Cards' quarterback is -- Lindley was sacked three times on Sunday, and Skelton wasn't sacked -- it really doesn't seem to matter who's behind center.

That said, let's leave it up to New Times readers to decide who should be playing quarterback for the Cardinals.

Cast your vote below:

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