Arizona Cardinals: Biggest Weakness and Strength

June 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For the next 32 days I will be releasing the biggest strength and weakness for every NFL team heading into the season, and training camp specifically. 
I will be doing this alphabetically. To begin the series is the Arizona Cardinals.
Biggest Strength: Defensive Line
Even if Anquan Boldin had stayed with Arizona, I would put the defensive line as Arizona's strongest spot.
Darnell Dockett, who played great last year at defensive end in the 3-4 scheme, is a versatile player that could also play the three technique in a 4-3 scheme.
NT Dan Williams is an incoming rookie, and was considered to be a Top 15 prospect the Cardinals got at No. 26 in the draft.
Williams is a true force against the run, and weighs at around 330 pounds. Williams can possibly play the one technique off the ball, but he excels in the 3-4 scheme.
Calais Campbell is probably a better version of Carlos Dunlap and Michael Johnson. Campbell had a solid seven sacks a...

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