The Cardinals needed to clean house after last year’s debacle under one-year head coach Steve Wilks. Kliff Kingsbury is a risky hire, but he’s been given the young tools to grow in Kyler Murray, Andy Isabella and Hakeem Butler, on top of the established David Johnson and Christian Kirk. Marcus Gilbert improves the offensive line, but it remains to be seen if that will be enough. The defense also got some chips, including Jordan Hicks and Terrell Suggs. For all the successes, GM Steve Keim did fail in his return for 2018 first-round pick Josh Rosen, getting a second- and fifth-rounder on the second day of the draft.