The O-line is lousy at run blocking. Murray may make the playoffs, but he’ll never be a big winner until he learns to be an NFL professional. He still stares down receivers and throws into coverage. Consider the time he threw deep to Johnson who was double covered. He almost always throws to the primary receiver. He personally kept the Lions in this game. How did Campbell not continuously end up on the tight end? Jaron Brown should move ahead of Johnson on the depth chart. No interceptions from this passive defense. There’s a lack of aggressiveness that once was a Cardinal hallmark. This also indicates the defenders are in poor position to jump routes or fight for balls. Murray, in particular, has no clue on position. He appears to be a wasted pick. Reddick has a surprising burst when pass rushing. Hard to believe that Fitz was invisible in this game, but he was not often the primary receiver. Hopkins May be better than anticipated. Peterson is not the factor he once was. He’s no longer a shut down corner. Cards looked terrible covering receivers out of the backfield. Pass rush seemed more disruptive last season. If developing Murray is part of coaching; Kingsbury got out coached; worrisome. Cardinals looked like a team that had been reading their own press clippings.