Got it... and as you know, large-scale and comprehensive failure is never the result of a single person. I mean, were the Cards' failures during the Wilks season all about Wilks? Of course not...
That said, I do think the vast majority of the blame rests with Kliffy... I am fairly certain that some other, more seasoned NFL coach would've been able to figure stuff out with Kyler. Kliffy came into the league - totally unwarranted of course - heralded as some boy-wonder... the "new-age" offensive genius. And I can't stop laughing out loud about all that hype. Meanwhile, all of the Kliffy supporters somehow forgot, or perhaps never even realized, what a NFL Head Coach is really all about. Apparently, Mikey and Keim fall into that bucket too.
IMHO, Kyler will never be a consistent winner in the NFL, period. But, I do think if he was playing for a more seasoned NFL coach, he'd be under center a bunch more and running an offense that puts him in more situations where he could succeed more often.
EDIT: I'll also add that, with a more seasoned NFL Coach, there might've been a chance that the Cards would not have caved-in and given Kyler all that money. That might be a stretch...however, I do believe that due to Kliffy's "too cool for school" demeanor and his desire to be "one of the guys," he has zero ability to take tough positions with players, especially a #1 overall pick and "franchise QB."