Stop me if you've heard this before, but David Johnson will be an important key to the cardinals' crimes.
Obviously, Kyler Murray will have a big impact just by his very nature. This is a quarterback-driven league. The Cardinals also had to work hard in their large reception room, and that will play a role. But Johnson, the man who wants to reach 1,000 meters both stormy and receiving, has shown the ability to challenge this, and in my opinion remains the linchpin of everything.
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Kliff Kingsbury remains vague when talking about Johnson (or anything of the offense for that matter). He just says the cards will put Johnson in the right positions to play games. Although there must be a better block for him, so Johnson gets at least some wrinkles, in which he can run. But like in a season like Johnson, he still had 940 meters on the ground and 50 receptions for a team that was very, very little offensive. I expect Johnson to play more in the passing game (he had 80 catches in his big 2016 season) and the cards have to average 3.6 yards per carry. But Johnson is in good shape. He's the guy – especially with Murray as a beginner – who will ultimately be the litter for where this offense can go.