Originally posted on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 2/17/13
There is no better football mind than Tom Moore, the architect behind the illustrious career of Peyton Manning. The two developed the three wide offensive set that became a record breaking offense in the mid 2000’s. As Manning’s former offensive coordinator, Moore has the tools to develop a quarterback, exactly what the Cardinals need. Moore will be working as a consultant, but he’ll essentially be another OC and quarterbacks coach combined. His wealth of knowledge will give Bruce Arians, who will be calling the plays, the luxury of another skilled opinion. Moore spoke to XTRA Sports 910 in Phoenix with Bickley and MJ about his role going forward. “You certainly have got to be balanced, and the thing you want to do is you want to be very, very careful in your evaluation — don’t make any pre-judgments … and go into it with an open mind, making sure that you’re picking the best guy available.” “We’re going to spend a lot of time studying a lot of time and get together. It’s a game of people — evaluate the people, that’s the first thing you get involved in. … Everybody has strengths, and what you want to do is find out what people’s strengths are maximize them.”   var switchTo5x=true; stLight.options({publisher:''});
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