Cardinals, Seahawks draw lines differently

Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando

The Cardinals' problems on their offensive line -- specifically in pass protection at tackle -- come despite continuity. The Seahawks' success on their line, relative as it might be, comes despite constant shuffling.

Arizona has started the same five linemen in the same five spots for 24 games dating to the 2008 opener. That counts four playoff games.

During the same time, the Seahawks have started 11 combinations on their line. They have started four players at left tackle, four players at left guard, two at center, five at right guard and two at right tackle.

The breakdown for Seattle (starts in parenthesis):

Eleven players have started for Seattle during that time. Three of them -- Frye, Wahle and Womack -- are no longer on the roster.