Q&A: Greg Cosell on Kevin Kolb with the Bills

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb drops back to pass against the Buffalo Bills during the...

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb drops back to pass against the Buffalo Bills during the first half of their NFL football game in Phoenix, Arizona October 14, 2012. (REUTERS/Ralph D. Freso)

JOHN KRYK, QMI Agency

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Can Kevin Kolb fare any better in Buffalo than he did in either Arizona or Philadelphia?

We asked Greg Cosell, expert analyst at NFL Films and NFL Network, to weigh in.

The Bills on Saturday night agreed to terms with Kolb on a two-year deal worth up to $13 million, according to Philadelphia-based NFL reporter Adam Caplan. The team still has not announced the signing.

Kolb, 28, is a six-year NFL veteran who played his first four seasons in Philadelphia, before the Eagles traded him to Arizona prior to the 2011 season.

Often injured and poorly protected by a horrible offensive line, Kolb started only 14 games with the Cards -- and was terrible.

Cosell pores over as much game tape as anyone in the biz, and shared with me his thoughts on what the Bills have in Kolb. Here's an edited transcript of our interview:


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