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Arizona Cardinals defensive back Patrick Peterson (21) celebrates after scoring a touchdown on an interception during the first half of a preseason NFL football game against the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas, Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth)
The expectations for double-digit wins certainly are not there for the Arizona Cardinals this season.

There is some positive buzz surrounding the team locally, but nothing that would suggest any indication a playoff run is coming, as they are tabbed at an over/under win total in Vegas of 5.5.

The NFL, though, can be fairly unpredictable, and there is a case for the Cardinals to have a season that shocks many.

That’s what ESPN’s Mike Clay looked into, making the case for each team to win at least 10 games.

Despite the Cardinals ranking No. 31 in Clay’s win projections at 5.6, the case isn’t completely illogical.

David Johnson scored 20 touchdowns in 2016, and if he’s back to form after last season’s wrist injury, the Cardinals’ offense will make a big push forward. The offense also will need competent quarterback play from Sam Bradford or Josh Rosen and another year of production from 35-year-old Larry Fitzgerald. Chandler Jones and Patrick Peterson will need to hold down the fort defensively, and the unit will need breakout campaigns from youngsters Budda Baker, Haasan Reddick, Robert Nkemdiche and Markus Golden.

As Clay outlines, the talent is there.

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Johnson is one of the league’s best running backs, and a season where he is the league’s best running back is a big wining step for Arizona. Bradford has established himself as a competent NFL quarterback when healthy and no one can discount the talent Rosen has. Add in the consistency of Fitzgerald and that could be enough for a sustainable offense.

Defensively is where there’s the most optimism. Jones and Peterson are two of the best players at their positions, but this is not a duo of stars relying on iffy contributions from others like the offense will. Baker, Reddick, Nkemdiche and Golden all have the potential to be game-changers at their position. The chance for big years from those four, as Clay notes, could make Arizona a dominant defense, one that would be good enough for 10 wins.

Most importantly, the Cardinals have high-level players across the field. But that, actually, is where Clay pauses for a second and sends us back to reality.

The Cardinals have a few stars in the form of Johnson, Fitzgerald, Peterson and Jones, but there are significant problem areas across the starting 22. Quarterback is obviously a gigantic question mark, wide receiver and tight end lack firepower, and the offensive line is average at best. Aside of a strong safety trio, the defense has major concerns at every level.

That reality on offense is overly relying on Bradford’s knee or a rookie quarterback and a receiving group beyond Fitzgerald that lacks any sort of reliability at the moment. The offensive line will be hoping for a resurgence from Andre Smith and Mike Iupati or breakout seasons for the younger Mason Cole and D.J. Humphries in order to make a real impact.

On defense, the defensive line is without Golden for the time being. At linebacker, a bounce-back year from Deone Bucannon would be a big boost, as would Reddick looking like the player general manager Steve Keim selected at No. 13 overall in last year’s draft. Lastly, it’s no surprise to see the cornerback on the opposite side of Patrick Peterson as a question mark.

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Cardinals first-round pick Haason Reddick (left) has some fun with teammate Chad Williams before throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at Friday night’s Diamondbacks game.

Haason Reddick, fitting for a first-round draft pick, was certain his stuff would be electric Friday night when he threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Arizona Diamondbacks game.
The fellow rookies he brought with him expected as much.
“Can’t go up there and look like 50 Cent,” tackle Will Holden said.
Reddick delivered a strike – the Cardinals linebacker was joined by the Phoenix Suns first-round pick, Josh Jackson – and noted that “the D-Backs might want to come holler at me.”
It had been important for Reddick to invite his teammates, who made sure to ask them all after he found out he would be taking the mound. Not all could

join, but in all 11 rookies took part in Reddick’s baseball excursion: Holden, wide receiver Chad Williams, center Lucas Crowley, cornerback Gump Hayes, receiver Krishawn Hogan, cornerback Ryan Lewis, tackle Jonathan McLaughlin, cornerback Sojourn Shelton, tight end Steven Wroblewski, defensive tackle Pasoni Tasini and cornerback Rudy Ford.
“With all the OTAs and the minicamps and the training, to be able to do something as a group instead of sitting around the hotel, we get to be a group and enjoy each other’s company,” Reddick said. “We get to bond.”
It’s not unusual this time of year for the rookies to bond. They arrive as a group – both drafted and undrafted – at the same time, learning their way around an NFL team while the veterans are set.
The rookies have one week left of a three-week stint in Tempe without the veterans. They finish June 30; the Cardinals report to training camp July 21. In addition to work on the field and in the weight room, the group also has taken a field trip to the county jail, part of the team’s off-field player development.
“This is kind of our time,” Williams said. “At first, you’re just trying to find your way around the building. Now, I can walk through the building with a blindfold on.”
Coach Bruce Arians had already praised the work ethic of the class during full-team work. The rookies hope they can use some of the chemistry they are building now to aid once the team reconvenes next month.
“I have a lot of friends on other teams right now and they are back home,” Holden said. “They are not even talking to any of their new teammates. They didn’t really do anything together during their time in OTAs and minicamp. When you get guys together when you really don’t know each other, before the season, it’s really good to go into camp like that.”