Although Quinn had a down season in 2016, playing in just nine games, starting eight of them, Quinn still remains one of the greatest defensive threats in the division. He managed to still get four sacks last season despite it ending early.
Quinn’s season ended in mid-December with a concussion. He did not play in either game against the Cardinals in 2016. His last action against them came in 2015. His best day as a professional came against the Cardinals in 2013 when he had three sacks in one game.
He has seen his production steadily decline over the past four seasons. In 2013, he finished with 19 sacks. He had 10 sacks in 2014 and then five and four respectively over the last two.
Quinn though is still a handful for any offensive line. With the Cardinals line trying to improve over their performance last season when they gave up 40 sacks of quarterback Carson Palmer, a healthy Quinn could be a troublesome one for the Cardinals this season.
Keep in mind, Quinn is still relatively young at 27. This is his seventh season in the NFL, so as long as that health does stay in tact, so will the threat of him disrupting NFL offenses.