Cardinals Go Tight End In Third Round of 2011 NFL Draft

Ok, that was a little better.  After drafting for want in the second round, the Arizona Cardinals got back to need.  They didn't necessarily get the best player of course at the position, but they addressed the need. I can't really be more positive than that right now.

The Cards wasted no time at 69 after Buffalo made their pick at 68.  They took TE Robert Housler from Florida Atlantic.  TE was a need, but I'm not sure Housler is the answer.  What can I say though?  They addressed the need.  The Cards need a TE that can CATCH AND block.  A receiving TE would be nice though.

Housler needs to bulk up to become a better blocker.  He apparently has an issue with blocking from what I hear.  Remember, the Cards need help with the blocking and the receiving.  He is considered skilled in pass receiving, so let's see what the kid can offer.


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