August 24, 2010 by staff
Larry Fitzgerald, Matt Leinart, our quarterback undisputed enters the 2010 season, was 4 / 6 for 28 yards and could not get a first down. Any positive momentum in the first two drives stalled by the lack of running game.
Tim Hightower got out of the backfield twice in five carries, managing only three total yards.
Stephen Williams, the undrafted rookie wide receiver Toledo, has impressed so far, making three receptions for 59 yards.
Derek Anderson connected with Williams on the left side of the field for a gain of 37 yards, scoring the only exciting play for the offense throughout the first half.
What is to blame for this moribund offensive output? You can only quote the great Greg Esposito when he said, “the offensive line is horrible.” But it cannot be that simple.
It is a natural change for a crime, giving Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald lost to injury. Kurt Warner is gone. The Cardinals cannot keep a unit.
Every down, Leinart and Anderson are forced to throw the ball away before being sacked by Titans defensive line.
But hey, do not worry guys. It’s only the preseason. Without blocking or rushing game, the argument was quickly depleted once Week 1 rolls around.
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