» The Cardinals look more like the Seattle Seahawks every year. First-round draft pickDeone Bucannon should be an immediate starter. General manager Steve Keim indicated to NFL Media's Adam Schein on "Mad Dog Sports Radio" that Bucannon was Arizona's answer to Kam Chancellor, the enforcer roaming Seattle's secondary. Bucannon will be paired with coverage safety Tyrann Mathieu. We like Bucannon's style; he could be a dark horse for Defensive Rookie of the Year.
» Second-round pick tight end Troy Niklas could be a huge asset as a blocking tight end. He could "start" sooner than later if the Cardinals open games in run-heavy packages. The drafting of Niklas is another sign that coach Bruce Arians isn't looking for his tight ends to catch many passes. That's why wideout Ted Ginn is essentially a starter. Speedy third-round pick John Brown could replace Ginn in the slot in 2015.
» Top to bottom, this is an extremely talented starting lineup. It would be a Super Bowl-contending squad if it received better quarterback play.