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Arizona Cardinals 2018 Draft shows the plan has been to revamp the offense

The Arizona Cardinals first draft with Steve Wilks is all about the offense.

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The Arizona Cardinals have made a statement with the first two days of the 2018 NFL Draft. Their offense has to be revamped.

Through three rounds, they have completely overhauled who they are as an offense.

In the offseason, they brought on Sam Bradford, Mike Glennon, signed two potential starting offensive linemen, and brought a couple of bodies in at wide receiver.

Now, they have done even more in the 2018 NFL Draft.

With their first pick, they moved up five spots and got their quarterback of the future and maybe even the present in Josh Rosen. The UCLA signal caller could be the piece they have been looking for the entire existence in the desert.

Then, today in round two, they drafted dynamic, playmaking wide receiver and valley native Christian Kirk. Kirk is the modern wide receiver, can play inside, outside, has the ability to make plays in space and can be the dynamic return man they have been searching for.

Then, in round three in what many would say was a surprising move, they took interior offensive lineman Mason Cole out of Michigan. Cole is a hugely versatile offensive lineman who has starts at center and left tackle in his career.

It gives the Cardinals a versatile weapon who can fill in at interior offensive lineman or even kick out to right tackle.

It shows that the Cardinals were serious about changing not only the depth chart, but readjusting the culture of the entire offense.

It will take more than an offseason, more than a draft, but we can see the concerted effort to fix the offense.