PFT Live: Arizona set for 2011 rebound

Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt recalls his high school job working at the Masters, explains what he thinks was behind his team’s 2010 slide, delves into draft strategy of filling holes vs. accumulating great talent, says he expects more from his star players and more in the final segment of today’s PFT Live.

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1 responses to “PFT Live: Arizona set for 2011 rebound

  1. The last 5 minutes was the most intrical of what is true and present, alot of first and second year players had to step in and fill roles, even when late, players started to show up and take starting roles. All but one rookie of the 2010 draft filled starting position at some point, stephen williams, johns skelton outplaying Anderson and showing great pocket prescence, Dan Williams showing ability to plug holes with multiple blockers on him, scholfield late in the season, Toler ( to me playing better than DRC). If Arizona goes defence first two picks, Patrick Peterson ( Arizona has an aging Safety position, and more competative depth at Cornerback), than a LB in the second round you can still grab a Brooks Reed and find good offensive line value in the third round. Whizenhut has shown the ability to gain success from mid to late round picks.

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