ErrorOK ErrorOK Top Stories Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Could another quarterback controversy be brewing inArizona?According to ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski, a guest onArizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo, the Cardinals shouldopen up competition between Kevin Kolb and John Skeltonthisoffseason.“I really believe that this quarterback job at Arizona isgoing to be open,” Jaworksi said. “I think John Skeltonhas shown enough where they’ve got to take a good, hardlook at him and say maybe we have two really goodquarterbacks here, let’s open this competition.” D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ “I really believe that competition brings out the best inplayers,” Jaworksi added.Let the games begin. Comments Share Jaworski acknowledged that while it is awfully tough toassess Kevin Kolb’s injury-plagued season with theCardinals, he was surprised by the quarterback’s lowcompletion percentage.“Kevin is normally a very accurate passer,” Jaworksistated. “I thought he’d be around 65% in this Cardinalsoffensive structure, not where he’s at 56-57%. So hehasn’t played up to his talents. He really hasn’t.”While the young Skelton has had his own struggles gainingmomentum early in games, Jaworksi believes he has to lookno further than Drew Brees for inspiration.“I actually like the New Orleans Saints approach and howDrew Brees likes to start his games,” Jaworksi said.“Their first 15 plays are scripted and for the most partthose scripted plays are high-percentage passes. I think ayoung quarterback, you’ve got to give him the first downpasses and high percentage throws.”Jaworksi didn’t give the edge to either Kolb or Skelton.He feels a good natured battle for the starting job couldpush both players to the next level — which would onlybolster the Cardinals’ chances for a winning season nextyear.