Is Our Line Set For Success?

GLENDALE AZ - SEPTEMBER 02: Quarterback Derek Anderson #3 of the Arizona Cardinals prepares to snap the ball during the first quarter of the preseason NFL game against the Washington Redskins at the University of Phoenix Stadium on September 2 2010 in Glendale Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Is our offensive line set for success? That question can be debated. Brandon Keith was moved to RT to protect the blindside of Matt Leinart since he was a left handed quarterback and our projected starter. He is the best of our tackles at moving his feet . Levi Brown was moved to LT because that was his more natural position, playing there in college, and because he would be less of a liability in the pass game. But going up against speedy ends won't fair well for Leonard Davis Levi Brown. He is too slow on the edge. With no more left handed QBs on the roster would we be better served moving Keith and Brown back to the other sides, or will we live and die with this decision? At this point does it really matter?

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