The Vikings face the 4-2 Arizona Cardinals on Sunday the Cardinals will play without quarterback Kevin Kolb.  ESPN's Kevin Siefert is reporting that Kolb is expected to be out several weeks after he had multiple ribs detach from his sternum as well as suffering a sprained sternoclavicular joint in his chest area against the Bills this past Sunday, according to a team source.  Kolb began the season as the backup to John Skelton but Skelton was injured in the first game and Kolb has been the quarterback for the Cardinals ever since.

Skelton replaced Kolb on Sunday and was 2-10 passing with an interception in overtime against the Bills that led to the Bills scoring the game-winning field goal.

The Vikings host Arizona Sunday at noon, pregame on WJON at 11am.  Hear more on the Vikings from 6-7pm Thursday night on Vikings Live at Winter Park on AM 1390-the Fan.