NFL Draft approaches. What will they do with the #1 overall pick? Who will be their QB next season? Let’s briefly look at the potential scenarios that could unfold in the next two months.The combine is over Youth Christian Kirk Jersey , free agency is about to begin, the draft is on the horizon, and the Arizona Cardinals have found themselves at the center of the NFL universe.Think about that for a second.Just two months ago, the team was limping to the end of a putrid 3-13 season that saw its first-year head coach fired and its GM nearly lose his job as well. It was almost unthinkable at that point that every NFL pundit—the Schefters, the Kipers, the Kings of the world—would soon be breathlessly reporting Cardinals rumors, but then a few strange things happened.You know the story—we got the #1 pick Christian Kirk Men Jersey , we hired Kliff Kingsbury, Kyler Murray spurned the A’s, and suddenly the Cardinals were back in the national spotlight for the first time since the fabled 2008 Super Bowl run. But all the rumors, all the hype, all the attention boils down to one simple question:“What will the Cardinals do with the #1 pick?”Up until recently, the answer seemed to be either “Take Nick Bosa” or “trade down.” But the Murray rumors—and the resulting uncertainty about Josh Rosen that has accompanied the rumors—have complicated things.So, in the name of simplicity Color Rush Christian Kirk Jersey , let’s take a look at the pros and cons of the three scenarios the Cardinals currently seem to have in front of them. We’ll start with the simplest of them—and the one that may be least likely to occur at this point.Scenario #1: Keep the #1 pick, take Nick BosaPros: The Cardinals were already fifth in the league in sacks last season with 49, and pairing Bosa with Chandler Jones might just give us the best pass rush in football. You also have a ready-made replacement for Jones when he retires/moves on (his contract is up in in 3 years). This scenario is also a big vote of confidence in Josh Rosen, whom the team can continue to build around with the #33 pick (OL? WR?). He probably needs all the confidence boosts he can get after a shaky (to put it kindly) rookie season and the swirling trade rumors.Cons: To commit to this scenario, the Cardinals had better be sure that Rosen is going to be an above-average starter. Having two stud pass rushers (assuming that Bosa stays healthy) won’t mean much if Rosen is a bust. It’s impossible to say how Rosen will develop right now after a rookie season in which he wasn’t given any chance to succeed—but the track record for QBs who had rookie seasons like his is not good. This scenario also doesn’t allow the team to acquire extra picks/players by trading the #1 pick—or Rosen.Scenario #2: Trade the #1 pick, keep Josh RosenPros: (or potentially another 1st-rounder).Steve Keim and Michael Bidwill are likely discussing these very scenarios as you’re reading this—and they will be for the next several weeks (barring something monumentally unexpected before the league year starts). Which of these scenarios gives the team the best chance to succeed not only in 2019 but in the years beyond? Which scenario will allow the Arizona Cardinals to stay relevant in the NFL universe? The franchise has never faced bigger questions than these.Your turn, Cardinals fans. Which of these scenarios seems like the best path to success? Which seems the least fruitful? Give us your own pros and cons in the comments. 28 days Christian Kirk Jersey Boys , four short weeks until the 2019 NFL Draft begins.While we debate and wait to see who the Arizona Cardinals take with the first pick, their pick at 33 has become quite the question mark.W..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Podcasts The Revenge of the Birds podcastArizona Cardinals set to meet with N'Keal HarryNew,55comments Arizona Cardinals set to meet with N'Keal HarryMark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports28 days, four short weeks until the 2019 NFL Draft begins.While we debate and wait to see who the Arizona Cardinals take with the first pick, their pick at 33 has become quite the question mark.While they’ve shown interest in a number of players, spending time with Chris Lindstrom of Boston College, Andy Isabella of UMass and Erik McCoy of Texas A&M Cheap Christian Kirk Jersey , they plan on spending time with another.N’Keal Harry had his Pro Day on Wednesday and put on quite a show in front of a number of NFL teams at Arizona State University.Now he’ll be meeting with the Arizona Cardinals.Harry has been a dynamic playmaker during his three short years at ASU, despite average quarterback play.He’s a game changer with the ball in his hands and can make plays all over the field.The real question is will he make it to the 33rd pick.Based on the talk at the Pro Day and after, it is doubtful.However, if the Cardinals make a move down from one or find a pick in the mid to late first he could be in play.He’d be a great fit for the Cardinals and give their team a big-bodied target outside and in.Yet, sometimes great fits don’t matter, especially when you draft 1 and 33.