When the Arizona Cardinals had that magical 2008 Super Bowl run,they worked really well as a team. However, after a 5-11 campaign and a new coaching staff, there are some key team roles to fill now.

So what kinds of traits do the Cards need to find? Different roles, different players who bring in different skill sets and abilities. Not all of them are directly related to the gridiron; locker room cohesion and leadership in film study are important dynamics as well.

If we were to pick a few general labels of success, and match them with a corresponding Cardinals player or coach, what would we have?

The enforcer:

This has to be Adrian Wilson. He is a quiet, but emotional leader. He is respected by all in the locker room. He also is the guy to make a statement hit on the field. You look at Wilson and you see a guy that is thinking "you better not mess with me."

The brain:

While Levi Brown has himself two college degrees, the brain we need to work is the combination of Bruce Arians and Tom Moore to fix the offense and the quarterback position. However, at this juncture, it almost feels like the team needs a magician more than a brain.