“It looks like it’s probably gonna end up being Kevin Kolb,” Clayton said.
After tossing 28 scores, against 25 picks, for 5,206 yards over 34 games as a professional, Buffalo signed the 28-year-old Kolb to a two-year deal worth $13 million in March.
If protected in the pocket and surrounded by adequate talent, Kolb should be able to somewhat impress as a Bill in “The City of No Illusions.”
Removed from a pathetic 6-10 campaign and having not qualified for the playoffs since 1999, Kolb is an ideal short-term solution for Buffalo.
In stark contrast, Manuel is quickly flustered when pressured and the youngster would get slaughtered performing in 2013.
A standout athlete brimming with testicular fortitude, smarts and dedication, the native Virginian will eventually mature into a solid Bill.
Nevertheless, for now, “it’s probably gonna end up being Kevin Kolb” this autumn.by