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Postby chenyan94 » Thu Mar 07, 2019 4:31 am

Here is a link to Dan Bickley’s latest op-ed on the Patrick Peterson saga. You may have your own reaction to it—-this is mine—-which I wrote in the comments section of his op-ed. http://arizonasports.com/story/1710973/ ... #commentsI usually appreciate your articles and your keen insights http://www.cardinalsfootballauthentics.com/mike-iupati-jersey-authentic , Dan, but this one feels WAY off the mark. You are putting Patrick Peterson and Michael Bidwill on pedestals and hailing them as exemplars when both of them are conspicuously flawed.Peterson leads the NFL in self-promotion---he acts likes he’s a team guy and even said so in his statement, when, in reality, he has let his teammates do the majority of the dirty work for the past 5-6 years. He’s the most talented punt returner on the planet---but when PP turns his mind off he goes 0-fer---as he has in punt returns since his rookie year---as he typically does with his frequently embarrassing tackling efforts (or lack thereof). Winning requires sacrifice---and PP wants to play in a tuxedo while everyone else does all the hitting.As for Bidwill---he lacks the long-term vision to make the Cardinals a yearly contender. Every now and then the Cardinals become a flash in the pan---like they were with Kurt Warner. But Bidwill even managed to mess up the contract negotiations with Warner at a time when the Cardinals needed to cash in on rare momentum---it caused Warner to go to SF and meet with the 49ers---and even though Warner wound up signing a 2 year deal to stay in AZ, you could tell that his morale took a hit (he admitted so)---and then he took too many bone crushing hits that year which caused him to retire with a year left on his contract.After Warner---there was a complete bottoming out. Amazingly, in those post Warner years the Cardinals avoided drafting a QBOF like it was the plague. The last couple of the Whisenhunt years were torturous.Bidwill then hired Steve Keim as GM and Bruce Arians fell into their laps when they “took their time” to find a new HC. Keim didn’t draft a QBOF either. He traded for Carson Palmer but played him behind a porous offensive line made even weaker by BA’s penchant for minimum pass protections. Even though the season records for three years were good---all of what those records amounted to was a 1-2 playoff record in 5 years, including a first-class butt kicking by the Panthers and a house of cards collapse by the Cardinals in the 2015 NFCCG.Again---no QBOF---while Arians became increasingly ill and outwardly toxic.And now Bidwill and Keim again this year got beat to the punch by other teams in the head coaching hiring process---they pawn it off as being carefully diligent, when the reality is the franchise is regarded very poorly by players and coaches around the league. Arizona is not viewed as a hot landing spot---and why is that?Steve Keim’s last 5 drafts have been a series of alarming misses on high draft picks, particularly with his 1st round draft picks. Steve Wilks was hired in large part to try to salvage the failing young talent on the team through a willingness to work with “different personalities.”Fact is as well Youth D.J. Humphries Jersey , that since Steve Keim has been GM---guess how many of his draft picks has he re-signed to 2nd long-term contracts? Whenever draftees sign their rookie contracts Micheal Bidwill always says, “I hope this is the first of many contracts to come.” And yet---the only draftees Keim have re-signed to long-term deals are Tyrann Mathieu and David Johnson---in both cases with a year left on their contracts. Mathieu pocketed a cool $31M in 2 meh effort years and is now gone. Johnson has yet to look anything like his 2016 self.The success of the Cardinals under Michael Bidwill has been like the sine curve---whenever it peaks, it takes a sharp turn downward until it hits rock bottom.This latest episode from Patrick Peterson, a supposed captain of the team, was not something to laud the way you are doing---it was 100% selfish---and it came at a time when the Cardinals are most desperate for leadership. But instead, Peterson “desperately” wanted out.Michael Bidwill saved the day by temporarily appeasing Peterson? That is laughable. The Saints traded for Eli Apple instead. The Patriots declined interest. The Jets were the only ones making a push---and as much as Peterson may like Todd Bowles, the Jets are 2-3 years from becoming a legit contender and by that time Bowles will likely be gone.The latent truth is---Peterson didn’t get the kind of attention he and his agent thought he would---not from any of the 3 teams that the agent and Peterson’s buddies (McFadden, Sanders and Powers) were touting.Peterson crawled back to the Cardinals because he had no other choice. His statement was a feigned mea culpa about being frustrated and it manifested how blind Peterson is to his own commitment.What are the chances that Peterson stays with the Cardinals for two years on his current contract? How about Slim to None---and Slim just left Winslow.This is going to get more and more ugly---it will be akin to the acrimonious Earl Thomas situation in Seattle.That debacle in Seattle wound up with Thomas injured and flipping the bird to his own sideline. Peterson was there to see that in person. Well. in a symbolic sense, isn’t that’s what Patrick Peterson did to his own sideline this week?And now he’s garnering exaltation and empathy from the local media? Wow---this sports town really has hit rock bottom.Three players that need to step up for Josh Rosen to succeed The hype is continuing to build around rookie quarterback Josh Rosen after his inspiring performance in a loss to the Seattle Seahawks last Sunday. This weekend, against the 49ers Womens Christian Kirk Jersey , Rosen will face his first road test, but also perhaps one of his best chances to snag a win with their starting QB, Jimmy Garoppolo, out for the season. But if the Cardinals are to get their first victory of the season, Rosen is definitely going to need to some help. Here are three players that need to step up and help carry the Cards to a win. D.J. HumphriesHumphries has been underwhelming through the first quarter of the season and will have a tough task against the 49ers defensive front, led by Arik Armstead, DeForest Buckner and Solomon Thomas. Rosen looked great moving in the pocket last week to buy himself time when being rushed, but in order to maximize his potential, he is going to need help from Humphries — and the rest of the offensive line, for that matter — in staying upright. Larry FitzgeraldHow dare I put the G.O.A.T. on this list Womens Chandler Jones Jersey , right? Well... not so fast. In case you missed last week’s game, Fitz dropped two very catchable passes in which Rosen placed the ball in spots where you would expect one of the best receivers in NFL history to catch it. Not only were the drops a bit of an issue, but Fitz also seemed to have some trouble in getting separation (and has the majority of the season). Yes, he is 35 years old and on the tailend of his career, but he is still the best receiving option the Cardinals have and Rosen will be counting on him if the Cardinals want to attempt to turn their season around. J.J. NelsonNelson and I truly have a love-hate relationship. The plays he is capable of making with his elite speed are plays that not a single other player on the roster can make. Will Chad Williams or Christian Kirk get open deep from time to time? Sure. But Nelson is a guy that, when on the field, defenses are always going to worry about on the “go” route The problem is that Nelson simply isn’t a reliable target. He drops the ball far too often and seems to do so at the worst imaginable times. This happened last week against the Seahawks when Nelson dropped what would have been a no doubt touchdown. The Cardinals kept him over guys like Brice Butler and Greg Little for one reason — speed. But speed for a wide receiver is almost useless when that player can’t haul in the passes thrown his way. What do you think, Cards fans? Who needs to step up the most for Rosen to keep on shining?
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