View Poll Results: LOSING - Who is to BLAME?

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  • Bidwill's

    3 5.00%
  • Keim

    1 1.67%
  • Arians

    12 20.00%
  • Keim & Arians

    23 38.33%
  • assistant coaches

    2 3.33%
  • Players

    10 16.67%
  • Fans

    0 0%
  • None of the above

    8 13.33%
  • Not sure

    1 1.67%
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Thread: LOSING - Who is to BLAME? YOU make the CALL!

  1. #1
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    Question LOSING - Who is to BLAME? YOU make the CALL!

    Who is responsible for losing?

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    you probably made the right choice..i went one tier down,,but it all starts at the top
    The Big A era begins.... Tick tock..7 games and counting

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    Quote Originally Posted by RimrockCard View Post
    you probably made the right choice..i went one tier down,,but it all starts at the top
    I saw the grim looks on Keim & Bidwill too last night. Michael is watching his brand of Cardinal football quickly deteriorate into Daddy's. He needs to do something fast. Ultimately, the buck stops at the Bidwill desk.

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    I said players because there were to many receiver drops and to many Stanton overthrows and they all seemed to be to open receivers. Defense played well.

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    From the top down their all to blame in one fashion or another. But mostly BA and his coaches. It's their system and how they coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir60 View Post
    I said players because there were to many receiver drops and to many Stanton overthrows and they all seemed to be to open receivers. Defense played well.
    Thank Keim for that.. WR group not named Larry is horrible. Sure they can run but they arent big enough to catch 50/50 balls or be end zone threats.

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    It hard to limit to one choice. They are all culpable. I'm thinking that players give up too quickly under adversity and don't perform as needed. But SK/BA hired them and failed to develop them as starters and backups. So it's mostly SK/BA. That's how I voted.
    Well, maybe so.............

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    Default Poll is too restrictive?

    We should be able to vote for multiple options, as more than one bear some degree of responsibility.

    But, since there is no other alternative I chose to pick the option with the most direct and immediate authority, control and effect on coaching, players, tactics, plans and results, game after game over the last few seasons.

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    I voted Keim & Arians because Keim didnít fire BA yet & because BA is to stubborn for coaching.
    Opinions are like armpits everyone has a couple & they usually stink.

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    INJURIES!

    Injuries = None of the Above

    It all started with David Johnson going down then the snowball effect Palmer etc Honey Badger never the same. On and On

    I could Blame Arians but Players are to blame too

    Keim yes him too but he doesnt kick, block or drop passes

    Astt Coaches Yes Amos , Goodwin etc all blameful

    Buddy Morris I miss John Lott

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