A lot of questions surround both of these teams and I don't expect either to be very good or entertaining, at least at first.
Arizona has to learn to live without Kurt Warner which could be pretty hard for Larry Fitzgerald. From 2007 to 2009, Fitzgerald racked up 293 receptions, 3,932 receiving yards and 35 touchdowns, most of which came via Warner.
Derek Anderson is more unpredictable than what Nicolas Cage's next role will be (yeah, that's a bad thing, see: The Sorcerer's Apprentice). Anderson can be good one year (2007) and awful the next (2009). Maybe Anderson can throw 29 touchdowns again with Fitzgerald as his go-to-guy but don't count on it.
The Rams start their new, shiner franchise quarterback this week, Sam Bradford. I wonder what the over/under is on him getting his block knocked off before mid-season, with such a poor offensive line.
I like what I have seen from him in the preseason, especially against the Patriots. But will his shoulder hold up for the entire season? Can the offensive line provide the kind of protection required to keep Bradford's jersey clean?
Darnell Dockett could have the final say in this one.