Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by TheCardFan, Apr 27, 2019.
Butlers ceiling is much higher then Michael Floyd. JMO
He would overthrow everyone.
Once it was decided we are going with Murray the Cardinals followed through with what appears to be a damn good draft. Hope it turns out that way.
it was the with talent, QB 17 is the ceiling
i think that might be right....
They are NOT happy about drafting a punter in the 4th round.
Meanwhile, we have Andy Lee, who they shipped out for a 7th round draft choice a few years ago to save a few pennies, and went with a rookie who's near the bottom of the league and now gone. HAHAHAHAHAHA
i should amend my statement. Floyds 2015 year wasnt as good as i remembered -- 52 / 849 /6
look -- if Butler produces 50+ catches and a 16 yard / rec avg consistently, this is a home run
My brother and I were talking about drafting OL and one of things both of us kind of agreed on is that it takes most linemen so many years to be good that it's probably worth just spending free agency money on them.
As far as the tackles go, there were only a few that could step in and place right away.
This draft cannot be graded. It is basically an entirely new team and front office. Check back in a year
I also think K2, Whipple & other offensive coaches had a huge say in whom fit & could be productive in this offense. Huge say
My HS friend former Devils HC Todd Graham texted me those exact words Friday after we drafted Murray!!! You have to remember he coached against Rosen at UCLA & btw coached at Allen HS years ago & knows Murray well. He luvs the switch & pick of #1
Here’s his text lol
He’s a winner! That’s very 1980’s scouting of you, Todd.
Rosen, Mahomes and Trubisky all hovered around .500 in college and two of them finished top-3 in QBR last year and made the playoffs
Sure could happen. Trump likes him.
Definitely the best draft on paper of the Keim era.
What's sad is trying to determine Keim's previous best draft class. Not a lot of contenders. Gets worse when you realize how they lucked into David Johnson.
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