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25.12.2018 07:44
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There’s so many things that Arizona Cardinals fans brought into this 2018 season:Hope.Excitement.Caution.Expectation.Fans knew that there was going to be growing pains and offensive and defensive issues to begin the year.But fans didn’t expect this. So far through two games the Cardinals offense has generated 350 total yards of offense http://www.arizonacardinalsteamonline.com/josh-rosen-jersey , one touchdown, no passing touchdowns, 17 first downs and has looked like they have no ability to move the ball or score.Basically:On the other side of the ball, the defense has given up 51 points, 50 first downs, 811 yards of offense.23 first downs for the Rams today.As for the offensive side of the ball?They had only 100 total yards of offense today and Larry Fitzgerald was benched in order to save his body in a meaningless blowout.The special teams has been the strongest part of the team and they still have had only one big return and gave up two to the Rams today.So what do fans want to hear?They don’t want to hear the typical “We’ll get it fixed, players need to execute, I’m putting this loss on myself.”Fans want to know that change will happen, and they need to see it.Most fans have already given up on Mike McCoy, and some have already given up on Steve Wilks and it’s only been two games.You now have 1/8th of the season done and it’s no longer a one game “fluke” but rather fans are starting to accept that this is who the Cardinals are.And what’s shocking isn’t even how poorly the offense is but rather how bad the defense has showed up so far.It’s been putrid and while the offense hasn’t been good at all the expectations for this team were higher than being, currently the 2nd worst team in the entire NFL.So what do fans want to hear?They don’t want to hear anything but an apology from the head coach and perhaps even from the General Manager who assembled their team and selected this coaching staff.Because there’s really nothing so far that anyone can hang their hat on.At it’s core, they’ve been out coached.It’s not just fans saying it.The Arizona media ripped the team and especially the playcalling and how the defense was.And that’s the scariest thing of all for fans.Fans don’t want to hear “this is a lost season.”Fans don’t want to hear “Same Old Cardinals” or people saying things like “The Skelton years were more competitive”.Fans don’t want to hear “Well, at this point, can things get worse?”Well, yes, of course they can.The Cardinals face Khalil Mack next week followed by the onslaught of Russell Wilson and Jimmy Garoppolo and if Sam Bradford is still starting, I wonder if fans will feel that they are entering into a contest the Cardinals stand no chance of winning.Fans want to hear who’s at fault and it’s hard to figure out if it’s the coaching, the players but there’s really no doubt that through two weeks Josh Rosen Jersey Limited , they’ve been overmatched.And now not just players, but the coaching staff will be faced with adversity they never expected and having a leash.So, what do fans want to hear?Not “Deja vu, same issues as last week.”No, they want to see the head coach fall on his sword and start making large wide-scale changes to try and compete or they will lose hope quickly in the staff to make adjustments and coach them up to play winning football.What do Cardinals fans want to hear?“Mike McCoy will be evaluated.”Because if you see the same offensive struggles, even with a different quarterback, there’s only one person to blame.And after a poor season in Denver that has gone worse somehow in Arizona, in a predictable scheme there’s very little loyalty that fans have to a coach that seems to shrink the field in a season where a second year quarterback that the team passed on in Patrick Mahomes torched the Steelers for 6 touchdowns in what’s essentially the pro version of a college offense.And it’s not like you don’t have a backup plan for your offensive coordinator waiting in the wings held over from the Arians era in Byron Leftwich.Fans want to hear nothing more than two words.Josh. Rosen.At this point, fans want to be entertained and to compete in games and while that might not happen immediately with Rosen, if this type of pain continues for fans, they’ll tune out and lose the headway that the team has made.Fans have decided they demand and want more.They’ve come to expect more and the Arizona Cardinals organization has promised to give it to them.And they’ve rewarded the fans’ trust after losing Bruce Arians and Carson Palmer by showcasing a team that is a terrible fit with their current personnel.And something has to give.Fans want to hear Steve Wilks and Mike McCoy say: “We were wrong about Sam Bradford.”It starts with recognizing that they can’t move the football with Sam Bradford, and even if they can’t with Josh Rosen, he can learn and give fans hope for the rest of this season.Because at 0-2, we all know the stat that 90% of teams that start 0-2 don’t make the postseason.You start out 0-3 and fans will not care on Sundays and that sellout streak, cheering fans will turn to jeering fans and people’s livelihood is on the line.So start Josh Rosen, Cardinals.At this point, you’re on a one-way trip to the bottom of the NFL, might as well see if you can make any sort of spark in the middle of this storm.Bird Droppings: Josh Rosen talks Sam Bradford Arizona Cardinals T-Shirt , Steve Wilks building, Baker is fascinating and more Happy Monday one and all, hope your weekend was a good one.The Arizona Cardinals are two days into training camp and the news is aplenty.That means a ton of information to get your day and week started off on the right foot, so let’s get to it.Josh Rosen Impressed By “Unbelievable” Sam BradfordRookie quarterback has up-and-down first day of training camp as backupFor Larry Fitzgerald, The Future Is The PresentWide receiver keeps his eye on his post-football life, but 2018 is the focusWilks building Cardinals, brick by literal brickAfter practice: Breaking up isn't so hard to doCardinals rookie Josh Rosen showing characteristics of a veteran - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPNCount Sam Bradford, Patrick Peterson and Larry Fitzgerald among the players who have been impressed by Josh Rosen in the early going.Cardinals' Josh Rosen handling unfamiliarity in first NFL seasonJust like anyone else coming out of college, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen is learning what it means to be a professional at his first post-college job opportunity.Cardinals HC Wilks was 'fascinated' by Budda Baker in pre-draft workoutArizona Cardinals second-year defensive back Budda Baker will be the versatile playmaker in Steve Wilks' defense, a role Tyrann Mathieu played for James Bettcher's defenses in the past.In 15th NFL training camp, Larry Fitzgerald may have newness aheadAfter 14 full seasons in the NFL, there probably isn't much that Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald hasn't seen.Cards camp notebook: Edmonds getting acclimated, standout wideoutsRookie running back Chase Edmonds is working through his rookie mistakes during practice while two wideouts impressed Steve Wilks.Arizona's Josh Rosen 'unbelievably fortunate' to have Bradford as a mentorArizona Cardinals rookie quarterback is "unbelievably fortunate" that he can learn from veteran signal caller Sam Bradford.NFL countdown: Remembering AZ Cardinals No. 42 Kwamie LassiterHe played from 1995-2002. He picked off 24 passes and had two years with at least eight interceptions.Cardinals’ Josh Rosen has high praise for Sam Bradford"I think people forget how good he is," he said after the team's Sunday walkthrough. "He's unbelievable."Steve Wilks breaks down first day of training camp for CardinalsHere are some things that stood out when he spoke to the media on Sunday.AZ Cardinals training camp: 3 under-the-radar position battlesEveryone has their eyes on WR and CB, but what about these other battles?Josh Rosen’s contract will be critical for Cardinals’ success in futureJosh Rosen's rookie contract will allow Steve Keim and the Cardinals to make huge moves in free agency over the next few years.AZ Cardinals training camp: Josh Rosen must improve decision makingThe physical tools are there. He still has some things to learn before he is ready to start.AZ Cardinals training camp: 6 observations from Sunday’s practiceFrom players who stood out to rotational changes, here is the info you need.Arizona Cardinals safeties have new roles in 2018Tre Boston is new to the team, while Antoine Bethea and Budda Baker both play different positions than a year ago.

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