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Is Leinart really The Guy in Arizona?

Posted on: August 23, 2010 10:09 pm
 
Posted by Andy Benoit

Actions speak louder than words. This in mind, should we really believe the Cardinals when they say that Matt Leinart is their starting quarterback? Yes, Leinart started against the Titans Monday night. But Derek Anderson took over early in the second quarter. The Titans starting defense played through the second quarter; more importantly, so did the Cardinals starting offense. Thus, Ken Whisenhunt was deliberately getting Anderson reps with the first unit.

In the first half (i.e. playing with and against starters), Leinart was an unimpressive 4/6 for 28 yards. He quarterbacked three three-and-outs. Anderson was 9/16 for 98 yards with a small handful of costly inaccurate throws.

What stood out no matter which quarterback was under center was how much quicker Tennessee’s defensive line was than Arizona’s remade offensive line. The Cardinals offense has a lot of work to do.

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