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