Welp..not sure Kliff/Keim survive unless Kyler suddenly turns into an MVP

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Hard to say how long the leash is around Keim’s neck. Mike has stuck with him thru five consecutive non-winning seasons, an extreme DUI, and a roster full of holes that Mike has to spend a premium on because Keim can’t draft. If I sucked at my job, I’d only hope I had a Bidwill as my direct boss
 

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I don't understand how Bidwill looks at his gm, front office, scouts and their drafts says "yah, I got something going here..."

/Sad

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Look how long it took to get rid of Rod Graves. The amount of tolerance the Bidwills have for their employees is insane
 

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Hard to say how long the leash is around Keim’s neck. Mike has stuck with him thru five consecutive non-winning seasons, an extreme DUI, and a roster full of holes that Mike has to spend a premium on expensive FAs because Keim can’t draft. If I sucked at my job, I’d only hope I had a Bidwill as my direct boss

Michael is daddy son, was born preppy, didn't run a real business as other NFL owner
That s why he keep his friend GM in place
 

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When I really think about it, I honestly would be a lot more optimistic about our position if we had kept Reddick instead of taking AJ Green. Both players got a one year $8 million contract. I'm fine with Collins, I think he'll be a good long term player.

Its this damn division. Now my hope is that the 49ers and Rams having their DCs hired away makes them worse.
 

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When I really think about it, I honestly would be a lot more optimistic about our position if we had kept Reddick instead of taking AJ Green. Both players got a one year $8 million contract. I'm fine with Collins, I think he'll be a good long term player.

Its this damn division. Now my hope is that the 49ers and Rams having their DCs hired away makes them worse.
I agree buts it’s kinda hindsight
 

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Yeah guys, we're classically a winning team and recent history shows we should give them the benefit of the doubt!

*checks notes*

...oh
doesn't mean you know any better about the pick, this wasn't outside the realm of possible - people were mocking him to us. idk why people are losing their minds calling for jobs. ridiculous.
 

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doesn't mean you know any better about the pick, this wasn't outside the realm of possible - people were mocking him to us. idk why people are losing their minds calling for jobs. ridiculous.
They were mocking him to us because we broadcast our interest in the guy days/weeks ago. Their job is to be as accurate as they can be.

I want to be clear, this isn't a personal attack, but why bother posting if your only opinion is going to default as positive about whoever we take, and you think others should feel the same?

Keim's job has been called for annually. It's not anti-Cardinals to question why this was the pick, and how our roster has ended up here.
 

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Keim will survive because he convinced Michael this was the best pick.

This is the obvious question at hand. What is allowed?

It's IMO currently MB convinced that through it all, he's (Keim) taken the best choices he (Keim) possibly could have, based on what the scout's general consensus tended to be (higher than normal value) at that draft position. Whether anyone agrees on that judgment or not, I have to believe that through whatever internal structure, MB arrives at a similar position... until he doesn't.

Hopefully, our picks knock it out of the park.


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If they could’ve traded down I’m sure they would’ve but you have to have somebody that will trade up and really at 16 there’s nobody worth giving up other assets for

No, no they wouldn't. Keim is directly quoted as saying he was too good to pass up. Insanity!

Gotta have a dance partner to trade down. Not sure I would have made the pick so quickly on the clock, but they probably were sure a call wasn’t coming with the players left on the board. The first 15 picks went about as chalk as could be overall.

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Again, Keim said they considered moving, but that Collins was too good to pass up. That's why they rushed to the podium. I just cannot EVEN with Keim anymore!
 

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I don't have a problem with the pick. I believe he's a very good football player. We'll see dividend for years to come.

When you pick 16 you need to have a solid get and I think we did that. So SK didn't draft the most needed position, (a recipe for disaster) and he went with the BPA on their board. Which I always think it's the right move.
 
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