The 2010 calendar year started so well for Kevin Kolb.
After three years on the bench, the Eagles first-overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft would finally get his chance to start during the upcoming season.
Oh by the way, Kolb signed a one-year $12.25 million contract extension in April.
Sure, Kolb was going to have some growing pains in his first season as a full-time starter, and that was totally acceptable because the Eagles had surrounded their new QB with a talented but extremely young team that would inevitably have some major growing pains as well in 2010.
Who cares about winning a friggin’ Wild Card this season? A young team and QB showing growth and potential throughout the year was the name of the game, right?
Well, by Week 3 of the season, it’s safe to say things haven’t gone quite the way the Eagles envisioned it.
Here are five reasons that the Kolb vs. Vick controversy will be a major storyline throughout the season.