The decision to start John Skelton at quarterback by the Arizona Cardinals will bring some much-needed stability to the offense, but it should not be expected to revitalize the unit that was hardly awe-inspiring in the preseason.
While the situation at quarterback is far from ideal, the Cardinals have a number of weapons on offense that have the ability to produce.
The Cardinals had a solid conclusion to the 2011-12 season, winning five out of their last six games. Skelton was the starter in four of those wins.
If the Cardinals hope to build off that late-season success this year, they will need to make some improvements on offense.
Here are five ways the Arizona Cardinals can improve their offense and light up the scoreboard more often this season.