Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Ronin, Apr 22, 2021.
Heard his conference and he mentioned several times how important is players availability
So he won't draft with the first Two picks a player with some medical red flag
Keim says that he likes (fill in blank) a lot.
NFL Draft time is when you don't believe anything that the GM or HC says. It's all a "smokescreen".
Keim is a GM.
The cards always show their hand, IMO. I don’t think it’s smoke...
I like strength up the middle. RB, center, DT, MLB, strong safety. Wins on the road, wins in crappy weather.
But, corners with back problems are cool too.
I still think Farley will be our pick. But, you never know how the first 15 picks play out. If all 3 CB’s & Waddle and/or Smith are gone, we’ll trade down. I don’t see us taking anyone at 16 except one of those 5 players
We need a partner to be able to trade down. It's not automatic. I think we'd want to trade down in that situation, though.
Think of the player that will contribute the most this year. Obviously Keim isn’t to worried about 2022. He’s reaching for the stars in 2021.
I think we will draft a WR or a RB.
Get ready for comments like” Entiene fills a Cardinal need but it’s a little high to be taking him at 16”.
Eh, I don't necessarily disagree or agree. Getting a player that will contribute the most could mean getting a high-impact WR, which would be great. Then again, a WR may chip in 400 yards and 2 TDs v a CB that may not start this year but could be a solid contributor that next year makes the jump to being a long-term CB starter. I'd take the CB in the latter instance, though technically the WR would have more immediate impact.
why would he openly dictate who he hopes to draft or "really likes". I know hes bad at drafting but come on...
I'm sure alot of GM's like Farley, a lot.
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