Cardinals QBs were sacked a league-high 58 times last season. That won't be the case in 2012. With the seventh overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft the Cardinals selected Johnathan Cooper. The durable All-American left guard from North Carolina should buy Carson more time in the pocket. The Cards also added fourth-round guard Earl Watford, and acquired tackle EricWinston from Kansas City. Mr. Winston hasn't missed a game in his eight-year career. The Cardinals now have an offensive line.
Larry F. Fitzgerald
And the F is for Fantasy. No longer will Larry toss and turn at night longing for the days when Kurt Warner was under center. Don't count out Michael Floyd either. The thirteenth overall pick from the 2011 Draft from Notre Dame is a 6'2" speedster and should thrive in Bruce Arians' vertical passing attack. Andre Roberts is no slouch either. This man caught five touchdowns last year from the likes of John Skelton and Kevin Kolb. The Cardinals receivers are leaps and bounds above anyone who lined up in a Raiders jersey last season. If Floyd becomes the player the Cardinals believe he is, this unit could be the best receiving corps Palmer has ever worked with.
|Don't bring me down...Bruce.|
RABBLE RABBLE DRAFT ADVICE: Carson Palmer is seriously undervalued, so you should get him AFTER that mid-draft run on QBs.