I get it. No risk it, no biscuit........and when the risk doesn't work out, are you prepared, to support the team's decision to sell the farm for a QB, and say, "Well, at least they went for it" and support them as they wait until the next opportunity arises in 2 or 3 years ? If so, then I can respect the risk mentality you want the organization to follow. If you were to turn your back on the organization for doing what you think is right, if the risk were to come up short, then what are you really selling here other than a catch-22 ? You will be unhappy if the team doesn't take a major risk, but also unhappy if they risk and do not come out on top, is not really anything to worry about if you are the person making the decisions. My personal rule, is when you find yourself in a catch-22 situation, do what you think is best, because either way you are screwed, and might as well be screwed and do what you believe in, then be screwed AND work on something you do not. Mind you I write this, not knowing your personal mindset, just justifying why some people are not willing to bet the farm. If you are more than prepared to deal with the repercussions, good and bad, of the team taking a big risk, and would stand by it, then I think that is a valid argument. I get from your posts that you think the Cardinals should bet the farm on Sam Darnold, which if it happened I would support. But, it is a BIG RISK. Yet, if you personally believe in Darnold, then I get it, 100% get it. It would be very hypocritical of me to question the risk in getting Darnold if you think he is that special, when I have the same belief in one Teddy Bridgewater, and think the Cardinals should jump at him if he hits free agency. Points can be made for and against both QB's in question but it is valid reasoning behind each, and yet each has its own risk. I am definitely the more conservative type, so I do not see any QB in the draft worth trading up for, and I do not think spending a large chunk of the team's cap on a QB that has yet to win a playoff game in this NFL is a smart move anyway. But, in my case, I am prepared to deal with the repercussions of the Cardinals being conservative, and going into the next season with a Tyrod Taylor and Lamar Jackson (for the sake of example) QB room. Coach hasn't coached a game, or even a practice. You think we can give the guy at least till week 1 of the season. Sean McVay was nothing more than a young, new coach until he hit the regular season. Any chance we give our own organization that time frame ? QB is not even on the team yet. Both are worst in the league already ? Based on just that statement, it looks like you have this team dead and buried, and are then wringing your hands about what they will do next ? The only question you are leaving yourself with is, what can the Cardinals possibly do that would be a positive in your eyes, cause you are not leaving much of an option there. Its February 12th.