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Cowboy0113 wrote: It is hard to imagine it being worse than this year........but then again every year the situation seems to get worse and not any better. So what do you think the solution should be this year?
I think Graves will be gone and deservedly so. But I think Whiz gets one more year, so expect more of the same. I don’t see any way how the offensive issues are solved in one offseason – especially the o-line.
That's a pretty tough home schedule and with SF and Seattle playing at an extremely high level, I’d say the chances of Arizona making the playoffs are slim to none. Bottom line is with Carroll and Harbaugh in this division, it’s going to be hard for the Cards to compete unless they get a coach who’s on their level.
And don’t forget that St. Louis is going to keep getting better under Fisher. The Rams turnaround this year has been almost as impressive as Seattle’s emergence.
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LUZ56 wrote: Rhodes might be the only decent FA pick up...Colledge filled a hole....I wouldnt be bringing Kolb back. People have told me Hoyer is a good QB given a sysytem that plays to his strenghts....Square peg in a round hole isnt WHUZs system!...The first two rounds have been good but from where we have been slecting that should be a no brainer...I too believe they are about 4-5 players and a HC away from being dominant
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