What do you call significant? A division title? A playoff win? A conference championship? SB? Curious where you draw that line.Kyler is like a halftime show at an NBA game. Fun to watch but not a whole lot of substance to it.
The Cardinals aren’t winning anything significant with him as QB.
Definitely higher than a single division title or playoff win.What do you call significant? A division title? A playoff win? A conference championship? SB? Curious where you draw that line.
What he gets paid absolutely matters in terms of cap and it’s accentuated with a cash poor team like the cardinals. It means less talent around him.I dont understand the argument about giving a crap what Kyler makes per year. It's not your money and it doesn't change anything with the team. Keim can't put together an average roster with a QB on a rookie deal so what difference does it make? One less below average plodding RB Keim can over pay?
I don’t think this is the type of scenario where averaging out is appropriate. But we can disagree on that.Because he was #1 or #2 PLAYER in the NFL for 9 games of the year. The he started not playing as well and then he got injured. Average that out and you get around 9 or 10.
Lol at the Rosen red herring. Lame.In the final 6 games he completed 65% of passes for 250ypg averaged 46 yards rushing a game and had 9 TD(passing and rushing) to 3 INT. Clearly not great, but also not "one of the worst". The hyperbole that comes out of you guys that wish we still had Rosen is comical. A number of factors led to our slide last year, including Murray's play which was pretty average overall the final 6 games, seemingly pinning it on Murray is just asinine.
You are just trying to start an argument here, I made it clear that he wasn't playing great over that time period, I was responding to him not being "one of the worst" I also mentioned his play was part of our downfall last year towards the end. Keep fishing with your OMG LOOK IT'S A KYLER APOLOGIST!1!1!!1!! nonsense.Lol at the Rosen red herring. Lame.
Throwing out numbers is a TERRIBLE way to argue how kyler played. You apparently don’t understand that numbers can be put up in garbage time. Your comments make it obvious you didn’t watch those games or you’re just a kyler apologist.
I'd add my two cents is that this is a difficult part of the schedule.I just now read this thread and it seems the whole intent of it was to call out fellow posters, rehash the same old arguments, trying to rub people's faces into our failure of a season so far.
I hate these kinds of threads. I should be a better moderator.
As for the original post, I am not happy and not angry either. My biggest problem with it was the timing of it. Had it been done right after the season it would have been a better deal for the team.
1. Keim should've been replaced.
2. Kliff, a 2 yr extension at best.
3. Kyler, 3 or 4 years.
But it is not my money and not my circus. I will still cheer for the team as hard as ever when kickoff comes Sunday. And, the suckitude is nowhere near the Graves-McGinnis era. This isn't even close. So far.