I just read the article
on ESPN site, and what I took from it is that the Cards have 3 different pieces that simply cannot all go together, like trying to combine a square, rectangle, and circle into something uniform.
The weakest unfixable piece is Keim. There is just no hope or any way for improvement there. There is still hope for KK if given the right healthy pieces, yet his relationship with the franchise QB seems past the healing point knowing their personalities.
We are stuck with Murray. Keim has to go if Cards have any winning future. And KK is simply going to be a casualty of circumstance. Bidwill has to bite the bullet and hire a fresh QB guru type coach to get the value and production out of Murray or all that money is just wasted.
And most of all, unless you want to revisit this same scenario every couple years, Bidwill has to go out of shop to get a good football mind as GM to secure a decent future for the team. It really is clear and simple, but will require a cost I am not sure the Bidwill mindset can accept.
The Cards must sit down with KK and Keim individually and discuss a buyout for both, find the best GM out there, and then bring in the QB oriented coach, preferably older, experienced, and one whose very presence brings instant authority and respect by all.
A new beginning, not done piecemeal, and not drawn out. Amputate and get on with growing the team we all want and deserve as fans.