Dbacks president Derrick Hall Franchise still f

first_img D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Although, Jaworski believes Skelton has a future as a“solid NFL quarterback,” he also thinks the performancefrom Sunday was a step in the wrong direction. “There’s no question John Skelton took a step back thisweek, he looked a little bit confused,” Jaworski said.“Bad decisions, bad read, bad throws; those things come tothe forefront against good football teams.” Jaworski also commented on the future of the Cardinalsfrom the quarterback standpoint. “I think it’s always a positive when you got a Kevin Kolb,when you have a John Skelton and to have two quarterbacksthat for the most part you can count on,” Jaworski said. 0 Comments   Share   Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Top Stories center_img It wasn’t hard to see why head coach Ken Whisenhuntbenched QB John Skelton on Sunday. The second year player threw for 99 yards, no touchdownsand three interceptions, which earned him the third worstQB rating in Cardinals history. Though Skelton didn’t exactly have a dream day, ESPNanalyst Ron Jaworski sees a bright a future for thequarterback. “I’ve seen enough from John Skelton now that I believehe’s got a big upside,” Jaworski said on Arizona Sports620’s Burns and Gambo. “Normally the young quarterbackslike this, it’s the mistakes that kill them, I’ve seenenough good throws from John, I’ve seen enough audibles atthe line of scrimmage, I’ve seen enough of those littlethings that growing quarterbacks have to learn. I do see aquarterback that has a future in this league.” Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinkelast_img read more