It remains to be seen how good the Cardinals quarterbacks and running backs will be this year. One thing is for certain, though. If the offensive line doesn’t start blocking like they are supposed to, it’s going to be a very long season for whoever the Cardinals decide to start as their quarterback and their running back.
Levi Brown was never a great offensive lineman, but with his season ending injury on Friday night against the Raiders, I think the Cardinals may be in worse shape than they were while he was playing.
Maybe the Cardinals can pick up a player who will be cut by another team in the next few days, and fill their need on the offensive line. Truthfully, there is no one currently on the team who can adequately fill this position right now, so I think the team needs to look elsewhere.
Maybe the current offensive linemen will rise to the occasion this week against the Tennessee Titans. I hope so. And so does John Skelton, Kevin Kolb, Beanie Wells, and Ryan Williams.