After going 3-13 in 2018, the Arizona Cardinals will need to answer these five questions in the draft.
The Arizona Cardinals will need to answer a lot of questions in the draft. But that’s fairly obvious, as the NFL landscape, in general, has been controlled by the questions revolving around the team located in the desert.
After a 3-13 season, the Cardinals need to answer the question revolving if they would stick with mediocrity in Steve Wilks or move on. Bidwill and company quickly answered that question by giving the keys to the franchise to young offensive mind Kliff Kingsbury. But they didn’t stop there.
Heading into free agency, questions revolved around the franchise pertaining to their aggressiveness in the annual frenzy. They quickly answered those questions. Although they didn’t attempt to outbid anybody, they added playmakers all over the field and signed some big names to boot.
Now, heading into the draft we continue to ask the questions that have dominated the off-season, and at this point, have given the Red Sea as a whole a headache. Though those questions will be answered soon, there continues to be confusion around the franchise’s plans for the present and future, meaning there are more questions than those revolving around the No. 1 overall pick.