The Sam Bradford Era in Arizona got off to a terrible start in Week 1, as the Cardinals offense could do very little against a Washington Redskins defense that was not supposed to be good this season. The Cardinals did get David Johnson back at running back, but even his return could not help in a very embarrassing home loss to kick off the season.
Arizona lost their season opener to the Redskins by the score of 24-6, and it may not be too long until they insert rookie Josh Rosen at the quarterback position. The Cardinals traded up for Rosen in the 2018 NFL Draft, moving up five spots, and all indications are that he has been very impressive this summer.
For the Cardinals, they have to do something about their offensive line, and based on the fact they could be picking very early in April, that is where they should draft. Fortunately for the Cards, this draft class has some solid offensive tackles, and Jonah Williams from Alabama is one of them.
In Williams, they could have that franchise left tackle they need in order to protect 2018 first round pick Rosen. This Cardinals team does have some good talent on both sides of the ball, but if the first week of the NFL season is any indication, they should be picking in the top-5, where they could get the kind of left tackle that can start on that side for the next 15 years.