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By PFW staff

Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt is sticking with rookie QB Max Hall as the team's starter, assuming Hall is healthy.

Hall left Sunday's loss to the Seahawks after a blow to the head, but Whisenhunt said in his postgame press conference that Hall will remain the Cards' starter if he is healthy.

Week One's starter Derek Anderson replaced Hall on Sunday and completed 8-of-17 passes for 96 yards. Hall was just 4-of-16 passing for 36 yards with an interception before leaving the game.

The way we see it

The Cardinals have the league's worst passing offense through Week Seven and host the Buccaneers in Week Eight. Whisenhunt felt comfortable enough with Anderson to part ways with QB Matt Leinart, but Anderson lost his job to the rookie Hall in Week Four. Neither QB has done anything to generate a passing game and star WR Larry Fitzgerald is gaining just 55.2 yards receiving per game.

The other QB on the roster is rookie John Skelton.


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