The Cardinals call Terry Metcalf "The Franchise," showing sound logic. Despite sitting out one game last season, Metcalf set an NFL record by producing 2,462 net yards. He scored nine touchdowns running, two as a receiver, one on a punt return and one on a kickoff return, and he threw for another score. Metcalf is such a threat that the Cardinals often decoy him to open up the rest of their attack. They frequently swing Metcalf wide, knowing that he'll occupy the outside linebacker, thus preventing that linebacker from providing double coverage on a receiver downfield. "Our whole passing theory is to move linebackers out of zones," says Quarterback Hart. "Once we've removed a linebacker, we have a wide receiver one-on-one against a defensive back and should be able to complete every pass."