Arizona Cardinals General Thread

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  1. Bucky

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    Murray is clearly a mental midget, on top of being a physical midget. Cucksbury has that offense tailor made for him, clearly he thinks highly of his own abilities lol.
     
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  3. white lightning

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    Can you guys imagine what the media would say if the Cardinals made a trade for Baker Mayfield just incase it doesn't work out with Murray? If it happens let's get out our
    popcorn and sit back and watch the fireworks! I doubt it will though as the Cardinals are not what I would call a white friendly team.
     
  4. El Gringo

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    Turns out Baker and Kyler are friends as well so yeah it probably would be pretty entertaining!!
    https://theathletic.com/1454061/201...yfield-close-friends-and-trash-talkers/?amp=1
     
  5. Don Wassall

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    Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated is an idiot, another "expert" who doesn't know his ass from a hole in the ground:

    Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer answered NFL draft questions in his latest mailbag on April 20. A fan asked Breer if the Cardinals were interested in drafting a wide receiver in the first round or if they were in on the wideout trade market. The Cardinals lost Christian Kirk in free agency and only brought back A.J. Green on a one-year deal. “My radar is certainly up for Arizona to take a receiver at 23, and maybe even trade up to get one,” said Breer. “I do think if Alabama’s Jameson Williams were to drop there (and I don’t think he will), the Cardinals wouldn’t stay on the clock for very long. Maybe they’ll even move up to get him—I’ve heard what I’ve heard on their interest, but there’s easy logic here too, and that’s that DeAndre Hopkins generally needs a burner alongside him (that’s why Houston drafted Will Fuller in ’16, and why Andy Isabella has gotten so many chances in Arizona).”

    https://heavy.com/sports/arizona-cardinals/arizona-cardinals-2022-first-round-draft/
     
  6. Bucky

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    Being on the team equates to numerous chances. Breer just another, cookie cutter,caste hoe.
     
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    Men who screw other men announcing picks for the team that screwed Andy Isabella. How fitting.
     
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    Hopkins busted for PEDs! Suspended 6 games! DWFs probably crying that one of their favorite supahuman Affletes is a cheater! I'll go ahead and throw a huge asterisk by his career receiving stats!
     
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    And with Hopkins suspended, Andy Isabella immediately moves up to #6 on the Cardinals WR depth chart.
     
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    It also shows that all body types can be using PED's. Hopkins as far as I remember is pretty skinny for a PED user, but he is very lean too. Really when guys like this get caught it's the tip of the iceberg.
     
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    Looking at some of the fan reaction online - I've seen very little personal criticism of Hopkins. Just a whole lot of rationalising about how athletes have a short shelf-life and use PEDs to help recover from injuries as quick as they can.

    I think there is some truth to that, but I recall when Julian Edelman was suspended for the same thing he was crucified online - plenty of personal attacks calling him a cheater and saying his legacy had been tarnished forever. Typical double standard.
     
  14. Jerry Reb

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    I still think all 31 other teams would be a better landing spot for Isabella.
     
  15. white lightning

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    Yes without a doubt. Just like we have wanted Ryan Nall to get away from Chicago. What a waste of two great players careers to sit stuck on teams
    who don't really want you there. They don't even try to hide it anymore. I feel so bad for Andy Isabella. He deserves better.
     
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    Cardinals CB Jeff Gladney died this morning. He was a Vikings 1st round pick in 2020 and was released after an arrest. He famously had a kill shot on WR Dalton Rigdon in college that ended his season. Reports saying it was a car accident, drunk driving most likely.
     
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    Will NFL address these Affletes drunk driving incidents? Or just keep airing "Football is Gay" commercials? Betting on the latter.
     
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    Laying down the law and imposing some discipline would actually save black lives, but apparently the league thinks coddling them is better and the occasional casualty is acceptable.

    This whole clown show reminds me of how left-wing media outlets like the HuffingGlue Post trot out ridiculous feminist articles saying things like "it's normal and healthy for your ***** to smell like fish, and anyone, including doctors, who says otherwise is just a representative of the evil patriarchy." My wife always gets a kick out of that.

    Banning any criticism of protected groups, whether they're blacks, women, homosexuals, etc., and thereby preventing them from any kind of self-improvement is actually harmful to those people. Our overlords, of course, don't care - to them those groups are merely pawns to be used - but most members of said protected groups are too simple-minded to see what's really going on and just keep telling themselves "criticism of me bad, banning criticism of me good."
     
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    The money the league is now throwing around is obscene, but the worst thing about this blurb is that Kucksbury is signed through 2027.

    Cardinals signed QB Kyler Murray to a five-year, $230.5 million contract extension.

    Murray's deal includes $160 million guaranteed and gives Murray the second-highest paid quarterback average salary at $46.1 million per year. Murray was electric in early 2021 before an ankle injury and the absence of DeAndre Hopkins appeared to impact his play down the stretch. Hopkins will miss the first six games of 2022, but Murray's Oklahoma running mate Marquise Brown should help the newly extended quarterback start the season hot. Murray is now signed through 2028 with HC Kliff Kingsbury signed through 2027. The Cardinals are likely to have frustrating, horizontal raid lows, but with Murray under center, they have upside to develop into an elite offense once Hopkins returns to the lineup.
     
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    Lol, that contract will hamstring the organization similarly to what happened to Seattle once Wilson needed to get paid.

    Also, are Pervert Watson and Kung-fro Murray the two highest paid QBs in this clown league?! Such a joke that greats like Rodgers, Brady, Allen, Maholmes and Stafford make less.
     
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    Rodgers got a lot of flack in the media, and deservedly so, for his contract drama last offseason. Murray on the other hand was given carte blanche to throw his temper tantrums and make public GM-level demands. His reward was this mega-deal, which of course leaves less slices of pie for other players. The other difference is that Rodgers is a Hall of Fame Super Bowl winner, and Murray is a 9-7 scrambler in a weak division.
     
  22. Leonardfan

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    Amazing that the Cardinals would extend this midget for 5 years after his woeful playoff performance and penchant for fading down the stretch.
     
  23. white is right

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    Was German American Caste stooge Keim drunk again?

    This was a contract to appease the fan base and ownership if the upper brass for the Cardinals used analytics they would know that the Munchkin is tapped out in terms of his abilities to lead his team.
     
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    No problem. Good riddance to the Cardinals.
     
  25. SneakyQuick

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    I’m so glad they are overpaying this guy. That way when he completely sucks it will be even funnier watching them try to tap dance their way out of it .


    46mm for one player per annum is utterly ridiculous. Keep buying their merchandise though and buying tickets!
     
  26. Bucky

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    The fellas have pretty much covered everything I was going to say. Clown World. I loathe the Cardinals.
     

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