"Strengths: With Kurt Warner gone and Chris Wells on the rise, coach Ken Whisenhunt will reopen his power running playbook. Wells is young (21) and ready to begin his climb to stardom. The 6'1", 228-pounder offers a rare package; strong enough to break the first line, and elusive enough to run around it. Tim Hightower will take more of a backseat to Wells, but has a lot to offer with his size. Hightower is an exceptional blocker, and a threat after the catch. The offensive line is ready to anchor a power-run scheme, especially with the addition of guard Alen Faneca. Even with Anquan Boldin gone, the Cardinals are comfortable with their receivers. Larry Fitzgerald is arguably the best in the game. Steve Breaston is worthy to step in for Boldin. Actually, Breaston is more of a home run hitter than Boldin. Weaknesses: It's difficult to predict what Matt Leinart will do with the starting role under center. Glimpses of Leinart have shown that he gets careless with his fundamentals resulting in poor accuracy. In Leinart's fifth season in the business, it has yet to be seen he has the physical tools to be an NFL starter. It's not like backup Derek Anderson is capable of leading the Cards from the looks of last season's blunder."