The chemistry between a head coach and quarterback is very important in the NFL. As we all know, the Arizona Cardinals have a new head coach in Bruce Arians and a new starting quarterback in veteran Carson Palmer.
Now that the first week of OTAs have been completed, things seem to be going quite well so far as Palmer digests Arians’ offense and Arians watches Palmer gets used to his new teammates.
The Red Birds welcome the change at quarterback after a disastrous season at the position a year ago. It was a regular merry-go-round at QB in 2012 and it’s nice to see the steady hand of Palmer guiding his offensive mates through their drills.
Consider this: the USC product threw for 4,018 yards and completed 61 percent of his passes for a 4-12 Oakland Raiders contingent last season. He added 22 touchdown passes with 14 interceptions and did not have the benefit of having a top-flight wide receiver in the huddle like he will this season with All-Pro Larry Fitzgerald.
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