my eight-year-old daughter, the Cardinals are like a gun that just won’t
blast. I think this is an astute observation and I am in complete agreement
with her. I say it is time to dismantle the offense and put together a team
that can blast. Or at the minimum, put together a team who can at least
make some kind of popping sound.
suggestion I have is to trade Larry Fitzgerald to the Jaguars for Maurice Williams, who is a good right tackle. And let’s throw in Oliver Ross for
good measure. The Jaguars need a good wide receiver and the Cardinals have
too much money tied up in Boldin and Fitzgerald together; their two huge
contracts do not justify the production they get from the two of them. The
Cardinals should be willing to consider trading Fitzgerald for any good
right tackle and a few draft picks.
Cardinals should be willing to shop around any of their players right now
with the exception of Leinart and Boldin. I would even trade the Cardinals
first round draft
pick for proven defensive
linemen and some second, third, and fourth round picks. Hey Bidwells, build
your team with second, third, fourth and fifth round picks who have to
prove they belong in the NFL and will work for it (examples: Boldin, 2nd
round, Gerald Hayes, 3rd round, Carlos Dansby, 2nd
round, Adrian Wilson, 3rd round, Aeneas Williams, 3rd
round, Larry Centers, 5th round). By doing this, the Bidwells
will “save money,” and everyone will be in camp on time.
suggestion is to go out and get the best coaches money can buy, especially a
great offensive coordinator and a quarterback coach for Matt Leinart. Norv Turner of the 49ers is a great example of what an offensive coordinator can do.
Despite the fact he has no big names on offense, the 49ers have exceeded
expectations this year. Coaching, coaching, coaching is the difference, as well
as an ownership that will allow the coaches to sign players and add depth to
comments, considerations? E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
and tell me what you think.