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QB, O-line, or Culture....

So, we all know by now that Levi Brown has been lost for the season due to a triceps injury. While I have never been Brown's biggest fan, but let's face it he has been a scapegoat. His resigning speaks volumes to what Ken Whisenhunt is actually doing here in the desert.

Last season we went out and traded away our biggest playmaker on defense and a 2nd round pick for an unproven QB who showed flashes of being able to light up a scoreboard, then the front office went ahead and gave him a whopper of a contract. This deal may or may not have been made to keep Larry Fitzgerald in Cardinal red for his entire career, because if not for Jimmy Johnson trading Herschel Walker...well the trade we made for Kolb would be the worst in history.

Not to mention this same front office has nearly completely neglected to infuse some talent into our offensive, offensive line. Things are not all that bad though on Friday Ken Whisenhunt once again proved he will put the best people we have on the roster on the field regardless of anything....see Matt Leinart and Kevin Kolb.

Having a head coach that will put the best player on the field regardless, is once again another signal in the change of culture that has made it's way into the desert with Ken Whisenhunt, while we may or may not have the next Kurt Warner, Arian Foster, or James Harrison on the roster, if fans take notice of it, one has to imagine that the professionals in the league fully know that if they get the chance to see playing time in Arizona and set the league on fire that this is a team that will keep them on the field.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Revenge of the Birds' (ROTB) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of ROTB's editors.</em>

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