Originally posted by jays9ers:
Yes injuries always play a part in determining a teams success.. But wasn't it Seneca Wallace who tourched us last year??? Yes we have depth at WR but will the Qb play be effecient this year?? The O-line is still shoddy as we know of now..
The Cardinals did lose both coordinators but they still have outstanding talent overall.. There may be a slight drop off in their play but they still will be tough to handle.
I think the game against Seattle last year was one of the ugliest games I've ever seen. The tackling was atrocious on that Leonard Weaver 60 some yard short pass TD. I think the biggest reason why we lost that game (and many other games) was Nolan's Big Nickel package, which put all of our best players aka linebackers way off the line, around the secondary in a prevent defense, so after the one game against the Lions where it seemingly worked (they went 0-16, anything would've worked), it was as if we were scheming against Martz's offensive playbook. The moment Nolan was fired and Manusky took over, we were not giving up ridiculous yardage on short passes.
[ Edited by Psinex on Jul 9, 2009 at 11:49 AM ]