The Arizona Cardinals have the worst offensive line in all of football. It's just that simple. There is not a single measurable category where their line do not rank at or near the bottom of the NFL table. Though they have had some success in certain limited phases of the game, looking at times improved during hurry-up drills and creating enough room for LaRod Stevens-Howling to have a career game against the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday, for example, it's hard to heap any praise on this unit.
Of course, it would be wrong to suggest that this line is in any way the one the Cardinals envisioned coming into the season, with both starting tackles, Levi Brown and Jeremy Bridges placed on injured reserve for the season early in training camp. But it would be just as wrong to suggest that their issues are not of their own making either.
The Cardinals seem to have a culture of complacency within the organization, when it comes to shoring up their offensive line.