We all have resolutions, so why shouldn't the Arizona Cardinals have resolutions for 2011? In fact, they should have a lot of them. Here are some that I believe should be at the top of their list.
1. Find a starting quarterback. The revolving door at the this position in 2010 grew tiresome and clearly was one of the main reasons for the Cards only being 5-10 at this point. John Skelton may be in the mix in 2011, but they need to add some veteran leadership at the position if for nothing else but to mentor Skelton. The draft may also be the way to go, but adding a veteran is important.
2. Get a better offensive line. The Mexican border is protected better that the Cardinals quarterbacks at times.
3. Find someone in the secondary who doesn't get torched week after week. Ok, ok, I know, Aeneas Williams isn't available anymore. Seriously though, might want to take a look at that.
4. For Cardinals management - it is ok to open the roof when it is 70 degrees and sunny outside. Isn't that the reason why you got a stadium with a retractable roof? Otherwise glue that sucker shut and never open it again. What a waste of money.
5. Find a balanced offensive attack. Never any consistency between running and passing...not even in the close games. I realize games in which are getting away from you the passing game will overrule, but even in the close games there seemed to be a gross unbalance taking place.
6. Have a winning attitude and have some self confidence. Just having that should add a couple of wins to the docket next season.