Keim likes Farley “a lot”

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  1. Ronin

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    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
     
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    Farley -

    Me too.
     
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    Keim says that he likes (fill in blank) a lot.
     
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    NFL Draft time is when you don't believe anything that the GM or HC says. It's all a "smokescreen".
     
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    Keim is a GM.
     
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    Smoke
     
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    The cards always show their hand, IMO. I don’t think it’s smoke...
     
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    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.
     
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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    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”.
     
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    Stout Hold onto the ball, Murray!

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    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.
     
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    why would he openly dictate who he hopes to draft or "really likes". I know hes bad at drafting but come on...
     
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    I'm sure alot of GM's like Farley, a lot.
     

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