The Arizona Cardinals haven’t been progressing as well as coach Bruce Arians had hoped, but Carson Palmer has no problem with Arians expressing his feelings about some of the offensive struggles.
According to NFL.com, Palmer said that ‘he loves’ Arians. Palmer talked about how respected Arians is, and he also mentioned the remarkable success Arians has experienced during his time with the Indianapolis Colts and Pittsburgh Steelers. The article talks about how Arians has been described as a stickler, but Palmer seems fine with Arians.
We can’t be sure that Palmer and Arians are completely getting along, but this is still a good sign for Cardinals fans. Expect Palmer to thrive in Arians’ system, which involves spreading the field and throwing the deep ball. With guys like Larry Fitzgerald, Ryan Swope, Andre Roberts and Michael Floyd, it would be hard for Palmer to fail. With he and Arians getting along, it will be even harder.
Expect there to be bumps in the relationship between these two, but expect Palmer to benefit from Arians long-term. Chemistry is key for all sports, and good chemistry is being shown here with Palmer and Arians.