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Thread: Steve Keim's Tenure

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    Quote Originally Posted by AriS. View Post
    No matter how it is spun the horrible Oline is mostly on Keim. Every team deals with injuries.

    Excuses were constant in the Whiz era.

    An example of what Keim could have done:

    Instead of drafting the dud Nkimdeche he could have moved up two slots to take Kelly the very good center for the Colts and fill a huge need at center. I wanted the move at the time but instead Keim looks for extra picks and takes guys like Brandon Williams a college running back to play corner.
    I gotta agree with this... Keims o-line picks have been busts! They literally wasted a 4th round pick on Dorian Johnson ...Keim has made some good moves no doubt but he has failed at the o-line position..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AriS. View Post
    No matter how it is spun the horrible Oline is mostly on Keim. Every team deals with injuries.

    Excuses were constant in the Whiz era.

    An example of what Keim could have done:

    Instead of drafting the dud Nkimdeche he could have moved up two slots to take Kelly the very good center for the Colts and fill a huge need at center. I wanted the move at the time but instead Keim looks for extra picks and takes guys like Brandon Williams a college running back to play corner.
    Name a team that has 3 of 5 starters missing while having backups for 2 of those missing without your best offensive weapon to hide how bad it is to top it off? That's not every team

    This thread is hindsight central. The Cardinals were picking for depth 2 years ago because they were coming off a NFC title game berth and a SB favorite, not immediate need hence a pick like Brandon Williams who wasn't supposed to see the field but can develop because the team was deep prior to injuries can work at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Main Event~ View Post
    Name a team that has 3 of 5 starters missing while having backups for 2 of those missing without your best offensive weapon to hide how bad it is to top it off? That's not every team

    This thread is hindsight central. The Cardinals were picking for depth 2 years ago because they were coming off a NFC title game berth and a SB favorite, not immediate need hence a pick like Brandon Williams who wasn't supposed to see the field but can develop because the team was deep prior to injuries can work at the time.
    Yea Brandon Williams is really developing, the guy is showing amazing promise.

    Another arrogant Steve Keim pick. The Wizard thought he could see a RB turn into a CB in this league.

    Last years draft has virtually no impact, unless you're counting the stellar play of Boehn who gets light up every sunday.

    This year he redeemed himself somewhat with Reddick and Baker.
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    Our line will improve as the season continues on. Most nfl teams have trouble with their oline but the difference here is that palmer moves too slow and. NEver leaves the pocket. Most qbs scramble out when The pocket thus giving them some xtra time. Teams know palmer stays in the pocket so its easy to predict him.. Cant wait to see AP play alot of people say how is this gonna fix the o line and in some unexplainable way, it will, watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AriS. View Post
    Yea Brandon Williams is really developing, the guy is showing amazing promise.

    Another arrogant Steve Keim pick. The Wizard thought he could see a RB turn into a CB in this league.

    Last years draft has virtually no impact, unless you're counting the stellar play of Boehn who gets light up every sunday.

    This year he redeemed himself somewhat with Reddick and Baker.
    Again hindsight, you realize last years team was supposed to be good right? They sold it as the team that was the most talented team in it's history, correct? Tell me exactly where rookies are fitting into teams they expect to win immediately? David Johnson is the teams best player and barely saw the field until Chris Johnson got hurt his rookie year. His plays came on special teams and late game situations.

    This was mentioned all through out the draft process if you were a rookie you weren't playing with the exception of the 1st rounder who got hurt
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    Quote Originally Posted by AriS. View Post
    Yea Brandon Williams is really developing, the guy is showing amazing promise.

    Another arrogant Steve Keim pick. The Wizard thought he could see a RB turn into a CB in this league.

    Last years draft has virtually no impact, unless you're counting the stellar play of Boehn who gets light up every sunday.

    This year he redeemed himself somewhat with Reddick and Baker.
    Most of his defensive picks seem to work out well even when he reached on Gunter but the offensive line picks and signings have been horrible! The Brandon Williams and Nkemdiche picks are looking real suspect right about now. Its just that this organization has had two huge weaknesses since BA and Keim took over 1) the o-line and 2) CB#2 position ...The o-line issues go back into last season , anyone remember that game against Minny? Palmer was hit like 22 times!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Main Event~ View Post
    Name a team that has 3 of 5 starters missing while having backups for 2 of those missing without your best offensive weapon to hide how bad it is to top it off? That's not every team

    This thread is hindsight central. The Cardinals were picking for depth 2 years ago because they were coming off a NFC title game berth and a SB favorite, not immediate need hence a pick like Brandon Williams who wasn't supposed to see the field but can develop because the team was deep prior to injuries can work at the time.
    The Packers team that won the super bowl was riddled with injuries (15 players on IR).

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/5...ers-are-champs

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    Quote Originally Posted by monsterike View Post
    The Packers team that won the super bowl was riddled with injuries (15 players on IR).

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/5...ers-are-champs
    That team had Aaron Rodgers who is mobile, not a statue in Carson Palmer. You can't afford a horrible line with a statue, it's a death sentence not to mention a good portion of those guys didn't get hurt in the beginning of the season 3 of them literally got hurt in the SB
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Main Event~ View Post
    Again hindsight, you realize last years team was supposed to be good right? They sold it as the team that was the most talented team in it's history, correct? Tell me exactly where rookies are fitting into teams they expect to win immediately? David Johnson is the teams best player and barely saw the field until Chris Johnson got hurt his rookie year. His plays came on special teams and late game situations.

    This was mentioned all through out the draft process if you were a rookie you weren't playing with the exception of the 1st rounder who got hurt
    That's the heart of the problem. Managements assessment of last years team was wrong. The team peaked in 2015. That's the reason management may be gone at the end of the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggs View Post
    That's the heart of the problem. Managements assessment of last years team was wrong. The team peaked in 2015. That's the reason management may be gone at the end of the year.
    They missed the playoffs last year on special teams blunders not cause the team looks like a complete dumpster fire that got old over night like it looks this year.

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