Kyler Murray in 5 Years

Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by TJ, May 22, 2019.

Where will Kyler Rank in 5 Years?

  1. Top-5 All-Pro Caliber QB

    29.5%
  2. Top-10 With one or two Pro Bowls

    42.9%
  3. Top-20 Average Starting QB

    7.6%
  4. Journeyman Backup

    6.7%
  5. Mega Bust - Out of the League

    13.3%
  1. TJ

    TJ Suge White

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    What will his career look like in 5 years?
     
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    I don't think there's any way he goes down as average.
    It'll either be a great situation, or clearly busted. Nothing about his history, game, or skillset says 'average'.

    He's coming into about as good a situation for him personally as is possible. Hopefully he can take the baton and run like wild.
     
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    I went with the 2nd option because it's the one I feel the most confident in. I could see a world where he busts and one where he is a top 5 guys as well.
     
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    Redsz We do this together

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    Boom or bust. Nothing in the middle imo.
     
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    In five years, it’s most likely that Brady, Brees, Roethlisberger, Rodgers and Rivers are gone. I can see him being up there with Mahomes, Wilson, Luck and Watson.
     
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    I’m just waiting for Solar’s response.
     
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    you forgot

    " Retired due to massive injury"
     
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    Don’t forget Shane and bw52
     
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    Thank you for making the poll public!
     
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    Ask and ye shall receive.

    Average starter. Very similar to Marcus Mariota.

    At that point, I think there's a solid chance he decides not to sign with another team, and moves on to baseball.
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    I chose #2 because it’s more likely than #1. But I could see #1 in the second five years in the league.
     
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    Very few QB's are world beater Brees/Brady types so I don't see him going that route. There's more of a chance of him being a bust than being in that class. However, as long as he stays healthy, I see him as a Cam Newton type or even a Jake Plummer who's exciting to watch but won't light the world on fire. Career wise I see him closer to a Phillip Rivers who will keep you competitive. I don't see him as another Matt Leinart either. He'll have a career but whether or not he's successful depends on the tools around him. So, all of that said, I pick somewhere between options 2 & 3 but closer to 2. Remember, you don't have to be a top 5 QB to be a SB QB. There are plenty of examples supporting that.
     
  13. Shane

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    Major bust(FYI rooting for #1)
     
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    The funny thing is, I think "average QB" is just as bad as major bust.

    Like, if the guy is a middle of the road starter, we F'd up.
     
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    No doubt especially considering the hype train around this place.
     

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