Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Garthshort, May 4, 2021.
Show me one stat that supports this.
I know what he's referring to, and there's no mental gymnastics involved. Words have meaning.
They sure do. And when they’re strung together in certain sequences and uttered by certain people the meaning can take on nuanced evolution. Apparently you’re purposefully missing that in this case.
At this point in the offseason, it isn't about contract value. What we are paying him is irrelevant right now. We are 13 mil under the cap right now and don't seem to be looking to sign anyone. The idea of getting rid of our veteran depth to just have 19 mil in cap space is just not smart IMO. Until I have something else to spend that money on, it makes no sense to cut him.
Let me get back to you on that
I think it's more nuanced.
PFF analysts can be reading certain plays wrong and bad teams tend to have lower ranked players because the guys next to them suck.
Example: The center was supposed to block the nose, but PFF gets it wrong an assigns the blown block to the guard. If that happened over and over, it lowers the guards grade.
The next season the team upgrades the center and lo and behold the guards grade jumps by ten points.
I've looked at their grades for some of the Cardinals good players and I thought their grade was too low from what I've seen. This would account for why that happens.
Not too unrealistic. That means the Cardinals likely will need a new #2 and #3 after next season..or another #2 and #4.
or his first Super Bowl appearance. Denver lost their first three Super Bowls played with elway. I really gave up on him after the first SB loss.
I don’t think he’s that much of a nuance guy.
I see they’re as impressed with the AJ signing as I am . . .
I figured someone would point that out. They forgot Fitz though.
I'm not going to do the research for you.
Separate names with a comma.