Minimum 2021 team performance to retain Kingsbury?

Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Totally_Red, Jan 19, 2021.

What will it take for you to be on board for another year of Kliff after next season?

  1. 8-9 record

    1 vote(s)
    1.3%
  2. 9-8 record

    9 vote(s)
    11.7%
  3. making the playoffs

    53 vote(s)
    68.8%
  4. winning in the Super Wild Card round

    3 vote(s)
    3.9%
  5. making the Divisional playoffs

    9 vote(s)
    11.7%
  6. more than making the Divisional playoffs

    2 vote(s)
    2.6%
  1. Totally_Red

    Totally_Red Air Raid Warning!

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    The way-too-early opinion poll on what is the absolute minimum for Kliff to keep his job after the
    upcoming season.
     
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    Sorry for the duplicate choice. I blame it on fear of Covid. :bang:
     
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    He has got to get to the playoffs.

    The NFL was banking on Arizona being a wildcard and when they couldnt get that, fellow owners were looking at Bidwell crazy.

    I dont think he has 5 years, he has next year to get his act together or him and Keim are out the door
     
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    What does that mean?

    And it's BIDWILL.
     
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    NFL is a business, they were hoping that Arizona makes the playoffs because thats one more exciting new face they can market to the ends of the earth.
     
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    And you have news reports, quotes, etc. from "They" in support of your earlier contention, right?
     
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    if you really think the league wanted a boring Mitch Trubisky led Bears team in the playoffs over Kyler Murray youre drinking drano or just arguing to argue.
     
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    To be fair he didn't exactly say that. I didn't know what he meant until your post either...
     
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    I almost think he has to go to the playoffs and get a win. Lots of it will depend on how we accomplish getting to the playoffs. A strong showing down the stretch where we look like we've grown will look a lot better than whatever we turned into in the back half of this season.
     
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    They would keep him if he went 7-10. Hell maybe even 6-11.

    The next change is a BIG change. If they fire Kliff then Mike has to fire Keim. It's a full clean house and rebuild. Kyler would still have a year left of his rookie and a 5th year option. A rebuild would likely waste them.

    And lets face it, winning is really just a bonus for Mike. If he gets to come into the office every day and pal around playing football boss with his pals then it's a good day. Firing Keim would take away one of his work buddies.

    It would likely have to be a disastrous 3-14 type season where Kyler is bad and it looks like his career is in jeopardy if Kliff stays.
     
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    If I was the decision maker, it'd be playoffs or back to the Scottsdale playboy house for Cliff.

    From the Keim/Mikey B perspective, it'd have to be a catastrophic collapse, like 4-13.
     
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    BTW - it just dawned on me that we're gonna be doing a 17-game season. Weird.
     
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    Quoting another poster plus 2-bucks will buy a cup of coffee.
     
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    Arguing to argue from you?

    Too - :lmao:
     

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