So the site is heating up (let's invite everyone we know) on what the Arizona Cardinals need to do at Qb this offseason, or what ever you would call this debacle we are being put through since March. First we had an understanding with Bulger. Then Wolfley started talking about his man crush on Kevin Kolb. Now it's about Kyle Orton.
I am going to say my choice is Kyle Orton he is the best value for any QB trade we could make this offseason. Even for a 2nd and a 4th it's far better than what the eagles are asking for Kevin Kolb. Andy Reid claims Kolb is a super bowl winning QB, so my question is why did Andy Reid not follow the man who has won plenty more conference championships (Bill Belichick) with a similar number of appeareances. Bledsoe goes down in the season, Brady finishes season, and Bledsoe blows the first half of a playoff game, and look up the Patriots to see the rest. Anyways why did Andy Reid not pull the trigger, if Kolb is what he claims he is?
Now onto Al Davis. Shortly after the draft there was an article on a press conference he did, I believe it was after day one of the draft, he stated "Richard Seymour was better than any first round pick they could have gotten". With all the chatter of the Eagles and Nnamdi Ashomugha, given how the Raiders are completely unpredictable. I'm not sure if they have used the tag on anybody, but look for them to franchise Ashomugha then trade away him and a first to Philly for Kevin Kolb, and let the Raiders take the huge risk on Kolb. I hope the Cardinals stay the course and become one of the most solid franchises this side of Mississippi, rather than having a few seasons of razzle and dazzle every now and again.