Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by BullheadCardFan, Apr 25, 2019.
Top 5 50/50 ball receiver of all time. Moss was the best.
I actually think Larry is a better 50/50 guy but we're not far off.
I think it's 1 and 1a and take your pick of who is best between Fitz and Moss both were and are damn good Moss is a little more of a head case than Larry though
I like what he said since in an ideal world, they play together for 10-15 years. Fitz is around for 1-3 more years max. Let Kyler and Butler get something going now.
How did Odell sneak into the last row?
So apparently, Kyler Murray's nickname is K1
Kyler and probably because he wears #1.
It also appears Isabella is closer to 5'7.
If I may, notice that for whatever reason, Murray and Isabella are leaning forward which can be seen by the way their shoulders and neck are tilted in reaction to having their hands behind their back unlike Brown who is standing with straight posture
Miles Sanders is 5'11....and Murray looks the same height....so Murray is 5'11!
Also the camera is angled downward and Murray is standing forward of everyone else. That will definitely take an inch or two away.
A Little??? You think???
Kool-Aide glass half-full - Murray seems to have the right assortment of skills to win games for us.
Kool-Aide glass half-empty - (This is a bit obscure). I vaguely recall that, back in the day, we brought in Pop Ivy to coach the Cardinals. Ivy brought with him an unorthodox spread offense which turned out to be a high-reward/but even higher risk proposition. Exciting FB but didn't win many championships.
That's how I remember it. Anyone disagree? (It was a long time ago). If I'm wrong, feel free to set the record straight.
Was trying be kind
A vast majority of QB's that get a chance are 6'2"+ and you could easily do the same with those players as well. Make a gigantic lists of failed QBs 6'2" and up and make an extremely short list in comparison to those that were actually successful. Krang's point is that they don't get nearly as many opportunities to be NFL starters as taller prospectes do and thus you will only find a few success stories for shorter QBs.
Name the players.
PLEASE name me the great players that haven't been given a chance. One. Come on. I'm waiting.
Separate names with a comma.