Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by PACardsFan, Jan 9, 2019.
The site is down atm. but that is what I found out.
yeah me! that information was hard to find.
In 2015 the draft was 30th April
So its a week before
Always going to happen, but the narrative will shift back to people thinking Murray is the definite pick. Hope Bosa and Williams made a lasting impression
Really wish we’d just go back to these uniforms.
I hope we have the sense to, but we are the Cardinals. No guarantees. He’ll be fun to watch, no doubt. If he’s not in a Cardinals uni, I’ll throw up a little in my mouth every time he throws or scores a touchdown.
I watched a little of the 2018 Draft last night on the NFL Channel. When the Cardinals moved up to take Rosen, I was surprised to hear Mayock question the move up. He thought we could have stayed at 15 & still drafted Josh.
Its entirely possible that Keim didn’t love Rosen but traded up cause he knew we needed one of the big-4. After the Mahomes/Watson debacle of not being aggressive the prior year he had no choice but to move up. I’m surprised Mayock questioned it considering it didn’t cost a 2nd. Imagine we gave that up and didn’t have Kirk right now.
Mayock hates trading up. Hates it. It's rare to find a clip of him being in love with an aggressive move at the expense of draft capital.
It's the exact reason why I don't see the Raiders moving up for KM. They will move back all day though, and I expect them to be in full talks with the Giants about Haskins.
Why the Kyler Murray stanclub acts like there won't ever be a better QB prospect in the future?
On draft night when they made the trade they made a strong impression on me that they chose him for his meeting he had with the team. I wouldn't be surprised if they weren't extremely high on his talent, evaluation wise. Jmo
Because he’s unique in that he’s an absolute pure thrower of the football & can run like no QB ever has. His combinations of talent may never be seen again to the same level he can bring it.
The Cardinals front office and fans alike were desperate to get a quarterback. It's not surprising they moved up. However, it does raise questions if Rosen slid to #15 or later.
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