Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by GatorAZ, Sep 16, 2019.
The Cardinals would not have lasted till Glendale if this was an old rule.
They must have a lot of faith in Mason Rudolph.
Where were you during all those years at Sun Devils Stadium when the stadium was 90% empty and the bathrooms weren’t cleaned after the ASU game the day before? Oh wait, you joined the board in 2016. I am in my 30’s and still angry about the way the franchise was handled.
I still remember the odor in the bathrooms at Sun Devil Stadium on Sundays after an ASU game the night before. And I remember trying to park. Not befitting of the NFL. But I don’t remember a team in the NFL this lacking in talent because of poor management as the Dolphins. The guys who play don’t want to get their knees shredded because they are “Tanking for Tua”. This is the worst I have seen.
I’m surprised the Steelers did this on a down year when they could possibly use a top 10 pick on a QB. BR may be done, he’s 37 years old.
All indications are that it's an injury that he can bounce back from. Elbows can be tricky though. I thought they may tank & fire Tomlin in the process, but that doesn't seem to be the case at all. They're a proud franchise that will never lose sight of the ultimate goal. Hence, the decision to trade their #1 for a potential start CB. Kudos to them.
Mason Rudolph and Devlin Hodges (undrafted rookie Samford not Stanford). Trade makes little sense to me. They have lost their top 3 offensive players, Bell, Brown, Roethlisberger and they trade their possibly top 10 draft pick for a nickel CB. Dolphins are filling the war chest. Steelers , as it stands don't pick until the 110th selection in draft 2020.
Hey Miami, your "Tank for Tua" strategy will blow up in your face. Ever hear of the "Suck for Luck" strategy where you bring in a stud young QB and surround him with trash?
Yeah they are 0 and 2 with Mason Rudolph as QB the Steelers are high, they going to be a 4 and 12 team. Good I hate their fans and rapist QB
This seems like a stupid trade from both sides.
Pittsburgh should be keeping it to draft a future QB high if the season sucks.
Miami should be keeping a good young player which is a sure thing over a pick that could easily bust, since their own pick will already give them the QB of their choice.
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