Lost in all of it was the fact that by voicing the

first_imgLost in all of it was the fact that by voicing theirdispleasure, right or wrong, the fans showed they cared.It’s a relatively new development for the ArizonaCardinals, and it’s one that should be celebrated, notcriticized. Of course, no Cardinals fan wants to boo anyone wearingred. Ask even the most ardent anti-Kolb fan and they’lltell you they’d rather the QB succeed and prove them wrongthan flounder and prove them right. But that desire shouldnot – and does not – prevent them from voicing theirdispleasure should they receive poor play from the mostimportant position in sports. Which, unfortunately, Cardinals fans have received far toooften. If there’s one thing the Kevin Kolb/John Skelton QBcontroversy has taught us, it’s that Arizona Cardinalsfans are a fickle bunch.And, as someone who grew up a Cardinals fan and sufferedthe annual abuse that came with the jerseys and hats, it’smuch better to be “fickle” than “non-existent”. When news came out about how some at the Cardinals FanFest last week booed Kevin Kolb after some errant passes,opinions were mixed. Some bashed the fans for piling on aQB in a practice. Others said Kolb deserved every bit ofanimosity, because the high-priced Kolb has been a high-priced disappointment thus far. Top Stories Comments   Share   D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’center_img Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocationlast_img

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