There is no doubt that the quarterback position is the most important position in all of sports. And like a great point guard, a standout quarterback can make so many around him better. And likewise, a poor quarterback can sink not only an offense, but an entire football team.
There is also little doubt that the Cardinals have a problem at the quarterback position. Whether it's Kevin Kolb's pocket presence, or John Skelton's marginal play, two preseason games have been played and few questions have been answered.
However, people seem to think that if the team finds a quarterback that everything will be great and we will start reserving our playoff tickets. Will it make the offensive line block better? Will finding a solid quarterback make the defense tackle better or give up fewer yards. From what I have seen after two preseason games, this team has a lot more issues that the man under center. Click the jump to find out what needs to be fixed for this team to have success.
This rant started with a tweet from Craig Morgan of CBS Sports and Fox Sports Arizona.
G Daryn Colledge to Jody Jackson: "We need our quarterback competition to get locked up."— Craig Morgan (@cmorgancbsfoxaz) August 11, 2012
Football more than any other sport is a team game. I agree that the quarterback position is a major problem for the Cardinals but I would say offensive line is the biggest problem in Arizona.