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Kevin Kolb "disappointed" with first-quarter performance

Buffalo Bills quarterback Kevin Kolb says that he was disappointed with his performance at the start of the pre-season game against the Minnesota Vikings.

Kevin Kolb has said that he was "disappointed" with his performance in the first quarter against the Minnesota Vikings last night.

The Buffalo Bills quarterback completed 13 of his 21 attempts, while also throwing an interception during the 20-16 win.

After the game, he told reporters: "It obviously started slow. It took a little while for the game to come to me there, but I'm happy with the way it finished. Felt like I got in a little bit of a groove, we got in a little bit of a groove.

"I was a little bit disappointed there in the first quarter with myself but it's been a long time since I've seen live action, been a long time since I've been on the field with the injury stuff. I'll just keep getting better and keep pushing.

"It's a little bit faster, things are little bit different out there when you're on the game field rather than a practice field when things are live. Again, just a little bit disappointed there in the beginning but I thought we finished well and had a couple of good drives there with a few minutes left."

Kolb, who is in competition with rookie EJ Manuel to be the team's starting quarterback, missed the opening pre-season game with a knee injury.

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