Arizona Cardinals Ricky Seals-Jones could be x-factor

Tight ends can be a safety net to a pass nucleus and the Arizona Cardinals Ricky Seals-Jones may be theirs

Arizona Cardinals rookie quarterback Kyler Murray is the starter in Kliff Kingsbury new offense. With young quarterbacks, it is important to have a comfortable option in your game plan. Ricky Seals-Jones can be that option for Murray this year.

Ricky Seal-Jones is going into his third year with the cardinals and originally was seen as an unfinished project. Now with some experience in the league, Seals-Jones looks like he is ready to make a big leap this year.

In Kingsbury’s offense, a fast, versatile tight end could be a huge impact on a young and improving team. Seal-Jones obtains a set of skills many tight ends do not have and get space with his quickness and athletic abilities. Were he does lack in blocking, Seals-Jones can be a nice option in many other roles this year.

He might not get a lot of attention for there is a lot of new and old talents that many Cardinals are looking forward to. From the seasoned veteran Larry Fitzgerald, the anticipation of Christian Kirk sophomore season, and new draft picks Hakeem Butler and Andy Isabella, Seals-Jones might not get the same attention in the eyes of fans in the media. Even with the addition of Charles Clay, Seals-Jones looks like tight end number one.

Seals-Jones will use his speed and vertical ability to get open in the new spread offense. Has tools to be open for the young quarterback to have an easy option when in trouble. He is eye candy to offensive coordinators and just needs to be put in the right situations to thrive.

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With a guy in Seals-Jones who is ready to prove he is an elite tight end in this league and a new quarterback that needs to develop sets up a perfect situation. Seals-Jones will help improve the prospect which is Kyler Murray and will be used very nicely in the new flashy offense Kliff Kingsbury and be the x-factor they need.

 

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