I want BA back

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  1. Vacard

    Vacard Registered

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    He needs to come back sans Amos of course. I trust BA to go forward. We are winning without our stars and it shows we are a good coached team
     
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    He really is a great coach. I think if we had been healthier this year, we'd be in the playoffs. It'll be a shame to see him go.
     
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    What I am worried about BA is going, is his replacement.
     
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    I would like him to return also.
     
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    Yeah. Those who want him gone.....be careful what you wish for.
     
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    I want him gone because this team isn't going to be successful trotting Palmer out there for one more run at it. This team needs to start anew at QB and pretty much entirely at WR.
     
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    Yup.

    One more year of this group is one more year of 7 wins... which puts us two years back from actually rebuilding.
     
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    His letting loyalty cloud his judgment about coaches and players will always limit his success. It’s a shame they don’t live up to his expectations. He has many good qualities.
     
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    This.
     
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    Harry is 100% correct.
     
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    Well if the Cards drafted better then we would have a better chance. He got the most out of the players KEIM drafted. Fired Keim.
     
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    Kind of feels like the Suns with Nash nearing the end. I'm scared of what this team looks like without Bruce though.
     
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    Keim gave BA many players, and great FA signings and well ... nonethless ST and O didn't always produce.
     
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    Keim FA acquisitions were good. His drafts were subpar. He drafted these hybrid players and moved them over to positions they weren’t accustomed too. I don’t trust Keim going forward. But BA will suffer because of Keim’s inability to replace talent
     
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    Eh... they’ve got Michael who wants to win. The last two coaches he’s hired have gotten us separately to the Super Bowl and the NFC Title game. I have faith he’ll find another solid coach.

    Right now we’re stuck in sports purgatory. Nothing worse than that.
     
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