The Arizona Cardinals finished the 2011 season winning seven of their final nine games. That momentum carried into the draft, where Arizona enjoyed the most impressive three days of any of the NFC West clubs. The Cardinals started things off with physical and talented wideout Michael Floyd (above), who will take pressure off of Larry Fitzgerald in the passing game as well as provide a downfield blocker for the Cardinals' power rushing attack. Adding battle-tested offensive linemen Bobby Massie (fourth round), Senio Kelemete (fifth) and Nate Potter (seventh) will improve this club up front, as will versatile cornerback Jamell Fleming, the club's third-round pick. Like John Skelton, who helped guide the Cardinals to their impressive late season surge, San Diego State quarterback Ryan Lindley has the big arm to warrant development in head coach Ken Whisenhunt's aggressive vertical attack. This draft won't get the buzz of some of the others, but I liked it.
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