Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE
Will Brown finally establish himself as a legitimate LT in the league?
Brown has been the Cardinals' scapegoat for a long time and deservedly so. He has allowed more sacks than any other tackle since being drafted in 2007.
At the end of last season, however, he improved his play and was a force in the run game. Brown needs to continue his upward trend otherwise he could stunt the growth of the offense.
Is Bridges our starting RT?
Bridges has been a journeyman lineman in the NFL. He found a roster spot with the Cardinals because of his versatility. Because of the failed project with former Cardinal Brandon Keith, however, Bridges has been thrust into the starting role.
Most are looking for Bobby Massie to pass him up on the depth chart, but as of right now he is our starter. The Cardinal will need him to play at least average to support whichever QB emerges as the starter.
How big of a chip did sliding to the fourth round put on Bobby Massie's big shoulders?
While it doesn't look like Massie will be able to overtake Bridges on the depth chart anytime soon, he is definitely the RT of the future.
Massie has a lot of learn coming from college, but he has all the features you like in a tackle. Hopefully he can take the position from Bridges due to his ability.
After seven seasons he has only proved to be a depth player. Will he hold on another year?
Can Young beat our Potter for a roster spot?
Can Potter beat out Young for a roster spot?
The Interior Line
After a year in the system, can Colledge help Levi Brown and solidify the left side of the line?
When the Cardinals first signed Colledge, many thought it was an average signing. So far Colledge has proven to be our most consistent lineman outside of Lyle Sendlein.
The team needs Colledge to have another good season and to help make Levi Brown's job easier.
Can Snyder improve both the run and pass game for the Cardinals?
Many have thought Snyder to be a stopgap signing. The Cardinals needed improved play over Rex Hadnot and inked Synder to a five-year deal. Synder has had pass protection problems in the past but is a grater in the run game.
With the talent we have in the backfield he should improve our run offense, but will he be a liability in pass protection? If the Cardinals want to improve on offense, improved line play is the fastest way outside of improving the QB situation.
With both Snyder and Colledge both locked up for the long term, can Clemente improve to make either expendable?
Clemente is in a good spot. Theoretically, he will have time to improve behind Snyder and Colledge and should be able to step in once he has grown as an athlete.
With only two to three backup spots available for the offensive line, will any of these guys separate from the pack?
Sendlein has been a rock in the middle of the line. Will he finally get noticed by the NFL at large?
Most likely his name will only ever be mentioned when the Cardinals are doing well and the line has improved.
Sendlein deserves credit for his consistent play for the Cardinals
It will be hard to justify keeping two centers on the roster. Bartholomew can stick if he can show some versatility.