When John Skelton hurt his ankle last week, it looked like it could be a long-term injury. It turned out to be a "low ankle" sprain that ProFootballTalk reported would cost Skelton two to four weeks of action.
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"We still have some days," Whisenhunt said.
It would be shocking if Kolb doesn't get the call against the Patriots. The more important question is whether Kolb will continue to start when Skelton is healthy. Whisenhunt didn't want to go down that road, but the stakes here are obvious.