Through the offseason for the Arizona Cardinals there has been a singular vision.
This was the crux of the hiring of Kliff Kingsbury and then drafting Kyler Murray.
The Cardinals were aligning their offensive identity with the head coach and quarterback.
It was almost imperative after the debacle of 2018.
Pairing a young, talented quarterback in Josh Rosen with a coach who has only really had success with two Hall of Fame level, veteran quarterbacks was a recipe for disaster.
So, the pairing of Kliff and Kyler makes sense.
The struggle, at least for me and my least favorite move of the offseason was watching how they rebuilt the defense.