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helping the defense w/offense.

When we look @ BA's experience in indy last season,it begs the question,how did indy turn a 2-14 club into an 11-5 playoff team?the kneejerk reaction of course is to say"Andrew Luck stupid!"and of course drafting andrew luck did have a great deal to do with their 9 game adjustment,but is there more to it than that?
If we review indy's draft,we see a team that was serious about getting andrew luck as many tools/weapons as they could to give him the best possible chance to succeed.
The defense also had a number of issues & needed attention,but indy did something curious,they decided that the best thing they could do to mask the deficiencies of a suspect defense was to bulk out their offense,(& judging from the results,i would have to say this tactic was quite successful.)
So how does this relate to the cardinals? Ba has said that we have a MUCH more talented roster than he had to work w/in indy & also indicated that our offensive issues were mostly because of the obvious,1.protection issues, & 2.no run support. with the additions made to the team in free-agency,some of the issues have been partially addressed,but some glaring needs still remain,with indy's draft history & subsequent success,how likely is it that the q-ball bros,(Keim & BA,)will follow a similar draft strategy in an attempt to duplicate past success?

<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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