Calling my shot. Post of the year.I hereby abdicate the throne and title of Emperor of the Dark Side. Don't get me wrong, I still think there's probably a 75% chance this entire off-season just blows up in #MillerKeim's face, but there's also probably a 25% chance it's pure genius and we enter a whole new world of Cardinals football at the forefront of the NFL.
Okay... maybe it's 85% to 15%, but for some reason, I'm going to just look at the brightest side of the things going into the year, mostly because for the first time in at least three years I DO think there is a universe where there is a possible upside. The last three years I was excited for football every season, but to be honest, not all that excited for Cardinals football. Each team had REALLY low ceilings, IMO and ended up doing exactly what I expected them to while boring the ever living piss out of me.
I'm just excited to see what happens this year because I have no clue what's coming. Haven't felt that way in a long time.
By this logic any team that throws a lot could be considered "pretty-boy football". The NFL rules give a huge advantage to teams that throw the football and as long as this offense can create good matchups than it will have as good a chance at working as any other.“It’s pretty-boy football,” Joyner told Lisa Salters. “It don’t allow the defense to play the game physical like the game’s meant to be. When you go against an offense like that, you got to introduce that physicality to them because they don’t want to do that.”
Asked how to accomplish that, Joyner said: “Run that kind of offense out of the NFL.”
.....well, there is that. I wonder why he would say this? Its not like our team cannot draft offensive and defensive linemen, and constantly bring in undersized football players.
And at least this system won in college.....
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