Week 10 Cardinals Off-season: 03/13/2023-03/19/2023

blindseyed

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Is it though? With the dregs of a roster they’re gonna be putting on the field is raising your ticket prices an average of 25% and then wanting your fan base to go out and spend a bunch of money on new digs the best course of action?
Yes, yes it is, burn it down ..BURN BABY BURN......lol
 

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can you imagine them doing their debut fashion show with gimpy Ertz, gimpy Kyler, James Conner, and Hop (who will never wear the Uni in a real game)?

Total #birdcity
Maybe that's why Gardeck is still around. He can do his silly little dance in the new uni, and the crowd will eat it up!

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gmabel830

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So we should continue building up a 4-13 team? All of the free agents noted, with maybe one or two exceptions, would be plugging holes rather than making a huge difference to the team's overall expected performance. I'm all for building through the draft, but do think that retaining our younger pending free agents (Murphy/Allen this year) is also key in the future.
 

kerouac9

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So we should continue building up a 4-13 team? All of the free agents noted, with maybe one or two exceptions, would be plugging holes rather than making a huge difference to the team's overall expected performance. I'm all for building through the draft, but do think that retaining our younger pending free agents (Murphy/Allen this year) is also key in the future.

Does leaving holes open also have a huge difference in the team's overall performance? There aren't a lot of examples of being very bad for a long time helping a team get better.

The question is whether you're going to plug holes with high-value free agents, low-value free agents, or rookie gambles.

It seems like there isn't a lot of logic to the idea that you actually get better in the long run by opening up more holes in your roster by letting your top internal FAs leave.

Everyone who's advocating for a teardown/rebuild have this plan:

Step 1: Get rid of everyone
Step 2: ????
Step 3: Win Super Bowl

That is not a plan for any team except the Houston Texans. How is that working out for them so far?
 

Ouchie-Z-Clown

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Does leaving holes open also have a huge difference in the team's overall performance? There aren't a lot of examples of being very bad for a long time helping a team get better.

The question is whether you're going to plug holes with high-value free agents, low-value free agents, or rookie gambles.

It seems like there isn't a lot of logic to the idea that you actually get better in the long run by opening up more holes in your roster by letting your top internal FAs leave.

Everyone who's advocating for a teardown/rebuild have this plan:

Step 1: Get rid of everyone
Step 2: ????
Step 3: Win Super Bowl

That is not a plan for any team except the Houston Texans. How is that working out for them so far?
Nah they got this:

Step 2: draft like bill Walsh’s best draft over a three year period.

It’s the only way to get from step 1 to step 3 without participating in free agency or trading for players (trading away players doesn’t count because it just puts you back at step 2 above).
 
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