Gabbert gets 1st start at QB for Cardinals at Houston
By The Associated Press
(Source: Arizona Cardinals)
TEMPE, AZ (AP) -
Blaine Gabbert will get his first start for the Arizona Cardinals when they play the Texans in Houston on Sunday.
Coach Bruce Arians announced the decision after Friday's practice.
Drew Stanton, the starter the last two games, bruised his knee early in the Thursday night loss to Seattle last week. He stayed in the game but has been limited in practice all week.
Arians said it will be a game-time decision as to whether Stanton or recently signed Matt Barkley would be Gabbert's backup.
Gabbert will be making his 41st NFL start. He has a 9-31 record. He signed with Arizona last offseason and was the third quarterback until Carson Palmer broke his arm against the Los Angeles Rams in London and was lost for the season.