Hudson probably played great in 2020, but it was for the Raiders. Cards only got 1 freaking real season out of him.Yeah. And let's not pretend that Hudson didn't play great in 2020 and even into 2021. He immediately solidified the offensive line and would regularly push DTs back to their side of the line of scrimmage. He was pretty awesome.
It's funny how in 2020 when the Cardinals signed Dhop and Hudson that Murray suddenly "progressed significantly in his development as a QB".
There are ten (ten!) other guys with him on the field on offense. I'm not saying K1 needs to have an all-pro at all ten spots to lead us to a ring, but if you want to win a championship, yes, you're going to have to put a couple of superstars like Dhop and (circa 2020) Hudson around him. No QB can carry ten JAGs to a Lombardy trophy.
Warner was (at times) other-worldly, but he had prime Fitz and Bolden + an o-line that started together every single game in 2008. He didn't do it all by himself.
Hudson probably played great in 2020, but it was for the Raiders. Cards only got 1 freaking real season out of him.
He said on his podcast he wouldn’t play for the cardinals - wants to stay near NashvilleI don't see it mate. He's had 2 ACL tears in the last 3 years and only played 20 games. He's also never played RT and stated he has no interest in doing so in the past.
I'd much, much rather have Beachum back. Signing a guy like Lewan to switch sides after 2 ACL tears would be peak Keim.
Taylor Lewan likely will keep his job on the left side of the Tennessee Titans offensive line with the drafting of Jack Conklin. Lewan, however, insists he was never worried about a move.www.nfl.com
Naw man Zach is getting more than $10 million per year. I wouldn't be shocked to see Zach get $16-17m per.I am perfectly fine with Zach Allen getting this kind of a deal.
Allen would’ve gotten $10 million a year if we’d extended him last fall.Naw man Zach is getting more than $10 million per year. I wouldn't be shocked to see Zach get $16-17m per.
Look at his QB disruption stats the past two seasons, and you quickly see he's one of the better DL in the league. He's just shy of Pro Bowl type consideration.
I just don't have a strong feeling we're going to be retaining Allen. I kinda feel that way about signing anyone new of note to our DL, all because we're going to potentially be drafting Carter or Anderson, most likely, but we don't know which.
It's kinda why I think the draft should happen before free agency, but that's hard to do.
Allen's one of those guys who is starting to pick up buzz in everything I read, so I do get concerned he's going to get offered some kind of a Christian Kirk kind of deal in an offseason where we don't have a lot of coin to throw around.Mike mentioned him this last week. Said they want to resign him and Allen wants to stay. Comes down to money of course.