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of everything you may have missed for the last week.We will take a look back at what has been going on with each of the three teams in the NFC West Black Andre Smith Jersey ,...The Revenge of the Birds podcastA look at the San Francisco 49ers with Niners NationNew,2commentsMDTSunday is here and with it we bring you a recap of everything you may have missed for the last week.We will take a look back at what has been going on with each of the three teams in the NFC West, ending with a look at the San Francisco 49ers from Niners Nation.49ers team MVP: Is it Jimmy Garoppolo? DeForest Buckner? Or someone else? - Niners NationNot league MVP, which player on the 49ers will be the most valuable player to the squad?If the 49ers are going to make the playoffs, they need to win these six games - Niners NationIf the Niners are going to make some noise in 2019, they’ll have to win these games49ers 2019 opponent preview: Can they hold their own against the Rams? - Niners NationIt’s time to start scouting the 49ers opponents for 2019. Today it’s the Los Angeles Rams.49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan on the teams defense: You can tell that they know that they can be good - Niners NationThe 49ers head coach seemed pleased with the defense49ers’ WR Marquise Goodwin to compete in “Forty Yards of Gold” - Niners NationIf he wins, that’s $10,000 in his pocket.49ers news: Jimmy Garoppolo notices a difference in speed with Dante Pettis - Niners NationHe’ll be throwing to some of the 49ers receivers as Garoppolo continues to shake of the rustNick Bosa speaks about his hamstring injury for the first time - Niners NationThe 49ers first-round pick talked to the media about his hamstring injury for the first timeAnswering the injury questions on the 49ers as they head into training camp - Niners NationNow that the offseason is officially over, here’s what the Niners need to answer in the coming weeksPFF made a top-50 list heading into 2019 season. Not a single 49er made the list. - Niners NationA down season in 2018 shouldn’t mean a single 49er isn’t on the list49ers news: John Lynch joins the Jim Rome show to talk Kyle Shanahan, Jimmy Garoppolo, and more - Niners NationLynch talked about the challenge of Garoppolo not playing a lot of football49ers 53-man roster projection heading into training camp - Niners NationThe offseason is over. Here is our guess at who will make the opening day roster49ers minicamp: Which 49ers absence/truncated appearance concerns you the most? - Niners NationWe had a few players unable to go the full time of OTAs and minicamp, which one is the most concerning?49ers contracts: Former sports agent Joel Corry would keep potential free agents away from the team - Niners NationThose team-friendly contracts are not an agent’s best friend.49ers news: Carlos Hyde likes being in a passing offense like the Chiefs - Niners NationWait...what?49ers salary cap: Breaking down Joe Staley’s 2-year, $28 million contract extension - Niners NationLet’s take a look at those numbers for Joe Staley’s recent contract49ers video: Brett Kollmann has a breakdown of George Kittle/49ers offense - Niners NationLet’s continue the legend of George Kittle Benson Mayowa Jersey 2019 , shall we?The Cardinals’ 2018 Decision Making (A Fan’s Questions) It would be interesting to know your answers to the quick questions at the end of the article. Here are some questions regarding the 9 most important decisions the Cardinals have made in 2018.Extending GM Steve Keim.There was a year left on Keim’s second contract, plus a team option year in 2019. Yet, Michael Bidwill, for whatever the reasons, decided that Steve Keim deserved a third contract as GM. Yes, Keim’s winning percentage over his first 5 years is impressive—-but, in truth, the team has only won 1 playoff game (thanks to Hail Larry) in those 5 years.For right or for wrong—-I intuited this move as Bidwill’s way of vindicating Steve Keim for the woes of the past two seasons—-in particular for the lack of player development by Bruce Arians and his staff. Questions: (1) Wouldn’t it have been more prudent to have Keim play out the last two years of his contract?—-he already was making good money thanks to his reward 2nd contract. (2) Did Steve Keim really deserve to be vindicated for the woes of the past two seasons? (3) Doesn't that feel like an impulsive and undeserved reward for back to back years of mediocrity?2. Hiring Steve Wilks as Head Coach.Don’t get me wrong—-I think the world of the man. I believe his passion, commitment and work ethic are off the charts. But, was he—-and is he—-the right man for the job?Questions: (1) With the chance finally to draft a franchise QB in the 2018 NFL Draft, wouldn’t it have made sense to sign an offensive minded head coach? (2) Do not the fortunes of the franchise for the next ten years depend very heavily on the success of the QBOF? (3) While Wilks originally said that he and DC Al Holcomb would be amenable to keeping the Cardinals’ base 34 defense, they quickly decided to switch to the 43 and now have switched to a base nickel—-don’t these changes come with a whole new set of criteria for the defensive personnel? 3. Hiring Mike McCoy as Offensive Coordinator.Questions: (1) Why was McCoy fired as the Chargers’ head coach and then fired mid-way into last season as the Broncos’ new OC? (2) Wasn’t Ken Whisenhunt calling the plays and coordinating the offense in San Diego? (3) Why would McCoy be the right and natural fit for a young QBOF when he struggled coaching Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch last year?4. Insisting that 2018 is a “Retool” and not a “Rebuild.”Steve Keim repeatedly says that he owes it to the fans to put a playoff contender on the field every year. But the Cardinals were not legitimate playoff contenders the last couple of years and their roster was one of the oldest in the NFL—-plus—-with oft-injured QB Carson Palmer retiring and no QBOF on the roster—-wasn’t this the perfectly logical year to commit to a rebuild?Questions: (1) Did the Cardinals think that a “retooling” campaign was the best and possibly only way to keep WR Larry Fitzgerald on the roster? (2) How much does the retooling efforts hinder the development of the younger plays on the roster—-most specifically QB Josh Rosen?5. Signing QBs Sam Bradford and Mike Glennon in free agency.Question: (1) After 5 years of watching (with cringes) an immobile and oft-injured QB (Carson Palmer) take a brutal pounding in the pocket—-why in the world would the Cardinals elect to sign two immobile (and in Bradford’s case, oft-injured) QBs to the tune of $24M in 2018 combined? This—-with the knowledge that they were going to do all they could to draft (finally) their QBOF?6. Picking up LB Deone Bucannon’s $8.7M 5th year option.Questions: (1) Coming off two injury-riddled Black Benson Mayowa Jersey , poor performance seasons, how in the world does Bucannon get this kind of a vote of confidence, particularly heading into a new role in adefense that requires LBers to get off blocks quickly, run downhill to the ball, make a ton of tackles and do a superb job in coverage? (2) Has Bucannon shown that he does any of those things consistently well? (3) The Cardinals got rid of Tyrann Mathieu for sluggish play—-well, Bucannon was far worse the past two years—-what gives with that?7. Giving up 3 picks in the 2018 draft to move up to #10 to draft QB Josh Rosen.Questions: (1) With the hirings of Steve Wilks and Mike McCoy, plus the signings of QBs Sam Bradford and Mike Glennon, did the Cardinals lock themselves in to taking a traditional pocket passer? (2) Why did Rosen slip in this draft? (3) Were his concussions a red flag? (4) Was his brash, persona a turnoff for QB needy teams?8. After saying that all positions were open to competition, Steve Wilks decided to appoint Sam Bradford as the starting QB early into training camp.Questions: (1) Wouldn’t a robust QB competition throughout training camp have been best for Bradford, Rosen and Glennon? (2) Wouldn’t it have been good to see Josh Rosen start a pre-season game? (3) Wouldn’t it have been wise to try to work out the kinks of the passing game in pre-season, rather than have Bradford throw 8 five yard passes? (4) Didn't this early decision by Wilks make it all come too easy for Bradford?Note: I believe that if there had been a genuine QB competition—-Josh Rosen would have won it, by virtue of his arm Kyler Murray Arizona Cardinals Jersey , intellgence and most of all—-his feet. Rosen has the feet that Bradford and Glennon lack. Look at what the Jets did. They started out having Sam Darnold as the #3 QB, but they said all along that he would be competing for the starting job with Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater. Smartly, they didn’t cast Bridgewater aside and relegate him to the #3 QB spot—-and as a result they were able to receive a 3rd round draft pick from the Saints once it was clear to the Jets that Darnold was winning the job. Sure, the easy choice may have been to start McCown early in the season. After all, McCown knows their system and their RBs/TEs/WRs and he is coming off a solid year last year. But, the point is—-the Jets allowed Darnold to compete for the job—-and not only has he won the job, Darnold has answered the bell. And even when he struggles—-at least its good experience darn old can learn and grown from.9. Signing RB David Johnson to a 3 year $39M extension potentially worth $45M.Questions: (1) Why extend Johnson now when you can see if he holds up physically this year, knowing at the very least you can utilize the franchise tag on him in 2019? (2) On the heels of watching the Tyrann Mathieu’s early extension backfire, are the Cardinals unnecessarily risking the same with Johnson? Cardinals fan’s—-how about some quick answers to the following: Would YOU have:Extended Steve Keim?Hired Steve Wilks as head coach?Hired Mike McCoy as OC?Insisted that this year is a retool, not a rebuild?Signed Sam Bradford and/or Mike Glennon?Picked up Deone Bucannon’s 5th year option?Given up 3 picks to draft Josh Rosen?Appointed Sam Bradford as starting QB early in camp.Signed David Johnson to a 3 year $39M extension (worth a potential $45M)?With your “no” answers—-please tell us what you wished the Cardinals would have done instead.

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