Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Ronin, Oct 8, 2020.
Guess this doesn't bode well for Murphy
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Any chance he can also slide in and play safety, if needed?
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Quality defensive backs are not available in Week 5.
Or on our roster. Take a chance.
This. Recognizable name becasue a first round pick.
He's better than Dre Kirkpatrick. Let's put it that way, and I don't think Dre is trash.
I give my full limited support for Pauper Amukamara
I remember his name from the 2011 draft. It's hard to believe it's been that long ago.
VJ: okay Prince all you need to do is play off the wr about 12 yards. Got it?
No problem coach.
This may be true — I don't think much of Dre Kirkpatrick, either, but it doesn't mean that either are good in comparison to their peers around the NFL.
I have no problem with the signing, truly. But to be like "Prince Amukamara — that dude's dope! :championship:" is not factual. As I said before, actual quality veteran defensive backs are not available in Week 5 of the NFL season unless they, like, just got paroled or something.
Well you don’t have to worry about him showing people up by making an interception. He was once solid in coverage. He likely has slipped a little but frankly can’t be any worse than what the Cards have. As to playing safety, he’s a fairly big corner, but is not likely tough enough to be effective at safety.
Im really starting to think the future of the secondary is a Budda and Murphy as the safeties.
We have got to start getting guys into the positions they will fit best in, and Murphy as a CB is very limited. As a safety, I think he excells.
Simmons is the wildcard...because I think his best spot will be as a SS as well, but he is fast enough to play slot Cb...so we could theoretically put 3 safeties out there and be ok
Pretty sure I wasn't like that K9
I thought he was a boxer.
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