Blowout loss to Seattle show it’s time for Bridgewater or Manziel

Giveaways/Takeaways from Cardinals 34-22 loss to Seattle

234 yards of offense and 7 sacks later, YOUR Cardinals are 3-4.
Seven games is enough time to judge what you have and what you don’t. Carson Palmer has shown me enough to come to the conclusion that he is now the “veteran backup” that you want on your roster. I wrote last week that it wasn’t time to bench him, a week later it is…

The offense looks stagnant and stale. A first and goal at the 4 to start the 4th quarter and the Cardinals have to settle for a field goal. Bruce Arians and offensive assistant Tom Moore know quarterbacks, they have a feel for what can and can’t happen out of that position so I have to trust their judgement, but I am ready to see Drew Stanton and Ryan Lindley…

You have to wonder why Larry Fitzgerald is playing inside and how much longer he will stay quiet about how he is being used. I believe his injured hamstring is worse than he’s letting on…

If there were any question about the Cardinals looking at drafting a quarterback next April, Thursday night would be a message to those who haven’t seen Arizona lately. Steve Keim needs to go watch Bridgewater, Manziel, Hundley, Mariota, or Boyd and find the quarterback of the future…