The Cardinals' secondary allowed rookie Cam Newton to throw for 422 yards and must do a better job…
Cards' Bradley could get another start at LB
TRENDING: In the season opener, Adrian Wilson played a more traditional role for a strong safety. He stayed deep in coverage more often than he usually does, as the Cardinals went with traditional nickel and dime packages. That changed against the Redskins. Wilson played closer to scrimmage, where he is most effective. In some nickel packages, the Cardinals went with three safeties, bringing Rashad Johnson in. That plays to Wilson's strengths. At 230 pounds, he's built like a linebacker and is a force against the run. It's also better to match him against running backs and tight ends than receivers in coverage.
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