Kevin Kolb doesn't take criticism about his play too seriously.
“I have been around long enough to know that everybody has doubts,” Kolb said after practice on Wednesday. “It’s the same thing if we were going the other way. If we were 4-0, we’d be going to the Super Bowl, which isn’t the truth, either. Good or bad, I’ve learned to not listen to it and have faith in my own ability and what we have as a team.”
Kolb and Whisenhunt often have referenced the career of Aaron Rodgers, who had a 6-10 record in his first season as starting quarterback in Green Bay.
“Once again, I’m not comparing, but I remember the first year that Aaron stepped in, it was a little bit uneven as well,” Whisenhunt said. “I remember that there was a lot of talk at that time and that was a number of years ago, and now he’s at the top of the league as far as quarterbacks go.”