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LOS ANGELES RAMS (11-6)OPEN CAMP: July 26 http://www.cardinalsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-ricky-seals-jones-jersey , UC Irvine, Irvine, CaliforniaLAST YEAR: Coach Sean McVay led one of most remarkable single-season transformations in recent NFL history. Rams ended their streaks of 12 consecutive non-playoff seasons and 13 straight non-winning seasons with rampage to first NFC West title since 2003. Franchise with NFL's worst offense in 2016 became league's highest-scoring team, racking up 478 points after scoring 224 in previous year. Quarterback Jared Goff emerged as solid starter in second season, and running back Todd Gurley was NFL's top offensive player with relentless year. Coordinator Wade Phillips' defense also took quantum leap, with NFL Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald leading makeover into versatile, hard-nosed group. Despite tepid home playoff loss to Atlanta, Rams captured city's attention in second year back in LA, shrugging off competition from relocated Chargers.IMPORTANT ADDITIONS: DT Ndamukong Suh, CB Marcus Peters, CB Aqib Talib, WR Brandin Cooks.IMPORTANT LOSSES: LB Robert Quinn, CB Trumaine Johnson, LB Alec Ogletree, WR Sammy Watkins, WR Tavon Austin, LB Connor Barwin, offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur.CAMP NEEDS: Donald skipped all of last season's training camp, and is likely to hold out again while he attempts to land one of biggest contracts in NFL history. His absence didn't hurt much last season, but every day he waits to begin partnership with Suh is missed opportunity. Rams acquired four elite veteran talents in offseason, and they all must connect with teammates quickly. Defense must adjust to styles of Talib and Peters, its two new aggressive cornerbacks. New starting middle linebacker must be chosen after Ogletree's cap-related departure, with Cory Littleton likely to get first shot. Goff and Cooks must build chemistry to keep McVay's high-octane passing game in top form.EXPECTATIONS: Rams all-in on pursuit of first Super Bowl berth since the 2001 season, and have talent to get there. They've brought back almost every important part of last season's excellent offense, and added three game-breaking stars to defense. Even if they still haven't written gargantuan check necessary to make Donald happy, Rams intend to contend for championships for next several years, starting now.SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (9-7)OPEN CAMP: July 26, Virginia Mason Athletic Center, Renton, WashingtonLAST YEAR: Seattle missed postseason for first time since 2011 and injuries and depth issues caught up with aging core. Once-vaunted defense took significant step back and offense that had been best at running was downright dreadful. Seattle had one rushing TD last year by running back and QB Russell Wilson again spent large portions running for his safety. That Seattle won nine games and was in playoff conversation into late December was remarkable.IMPORTANT ADDITIONS: Rookie RB Rashaad Penny, WR Brandon Marshall, WR Jaron Brown, TE Ed Dickson, OL D.J. Fluker, DT Tom Johnson, DT Shamar Stephen, rookie DE Rasheem Green, LB Barkevious Mingo, rookie LB/DB Shaquem Griffin, K Sebastian Janikowski, K Jason Myers, offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, offensive line coach Mike Solari, defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr.IMPORTANT LOSSES: RB Eddie Lacy, WR Paul Richardson, TE Jimmy Graham, OL Luke Joeckel, DE Cliff Avril, DE Michael Bennett Tre Boston Jersey , SS Kam Chancellor, CB Richard Sherman, offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, offensive line coach Tom Cable, defensive coordinator Kris Richard.CAMP NEEDS: Happy Earl Thomas is good place to start. Thomas held out from offseason activities and has said he will not take part in team functions until contract situation is addressed. Thomas' deal expires after season. Who will be Seattle's No. 2 wide receiver? Tyler Lockett, now fully healthy after broken leg suffered late in 2016? Veteran Brandon Marshall after injury-filled 2017? Seattle must also find pass rush after departures of Bennett and Avril. Frank Clark can't do it alone.EXPECTATIONS: Different than they've been since first couple years of Pete Carroll's tenure. Seattle clearly decided to refresh locker room this offseason. Gone are big personalities of Sherman and Bennett. Also gone: lots of talent, a void that may not be filled immediately. There is optimism about Seattle's rookie class, but for first time since 2013 Seahawks don't go into season as one of favorite.ARIZONA CARDINALS (8-8)OPEN CAMP: July 27, Glendale, ArizonaLAST YEAR: Cardinals dealt with myriad injuries but managed to pull out win in Seattle in finale to finish 8-8 in coach Bruce Arians' final game. He announced retirement next day. Arians finished with franchise-record 50 wins, but his teams failed to make playoffs in last two years. QB Carson Palmer, after another season shortened by injury, also announced retirement. 8-8 record came despite loss of standout running back David Johnson when he dislocated wrist in opener. It was another standout year for Larry Fitzgerald: In 14th NFL season, he finished second in league in receptions with 102. Outside linebacker Chandler Jones led NFL with 16 陆 sacks.IMPORTANT ADDITIONS: Coach Steve Wilks, QB Sam Bradford, QB Josh Rosen, QB Mike Glennon, RT Andre Smith, RG Justin Pugh, WR Brice Butler, WR Christian Kirk, CB Jamar Taylor, RB Chase Edmonds.IMPORTANT LOSSES: Arians, Palmer, S Tyrann Mathieu, WR John Brown, WR Jaron Brown, QB Drew Stanton, OT Jared Veldheer, CB Justin Bethel, OG Alex Boone, DT Frostee Rucker, ILB Karlos Dansby, DT Josh Mauro, TE Troy Niklas, OT Earl Watford.CAMP NEEDS: With new coach and new systems on offense, defense and special teams, plenty for Cardinals to work on once they don pads. While most practices will be held in air conditioned comfort of University of Phoenix Stadium, Wilks says he wants some workouts outside in sweltering Arizona summer heat. There will be several important position battles, including for No. 2 receiver spot behind Fitzgerald. There's also intrigue at quarterback, where Rosen has drawn praise as Cardinals bring along Bradford slowly after last year's knee injury. Rosen will try to unseat Glennon as backup. Wilks and new offensive coordinator Mike McCoy want much of offense built around dynamic Johnson, who led NFL in yards from scrimmage two seasons ago. But Johnson skipped mandatory minicamp in contract dispute. Wilks also has cut camp shorter, ending it on Aug. 13 — just after second preseason game — and moving back to practice facilities.EXPECTATIONS: Outside of Cardinals organization, expectations aren't high. Many early forecasts have them finishing last in the NFC West. But Wilks has impressed players with his system and he says team has cornerstones of great players — Fitzgerald, Patrick Peterson, Johnson and maybe Bradford — to build winning team. Preseason games will be particularly interesting as Rosen is likely to get extensive playing time.SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (6-10)OPEN CAMP: July 25, Santa Clara, CaliforniaLAST YEAR: Coach Kyle Shanahan's first year with San Francisco was tale of two seasons. 49ers lost first nine games — including record five straight by three points or fewer. But San Francisco posted most dramatic in-season turnaround in NFL history by winning final five games after putting midseason acquisition Jimmy Garoppolo in as starting quarterback.IMPORTANT ADDITIONS: CB Richard Sherman, RB Jerick McKinnon Authentic Josh Bynes Jersey , C Weston Richburg, LB Jeremiah Attaochu, G Jonathan Cooper, LB Korey Toomer, T Mike McGlinchey, WR Dante Pettis, LB Fred Warner.IMPORTANT LOSSES: RB Carlos Hyde, S Eric Reid, CB Dontae Johnson, DE Elvis Dumervil, C Daniel Kilgore, T Trent Brown, G Brandon Fusco,CAMP NEEDS: Biggest question marks are at cornerback and pass rusher. Sherman was signed after being cut loose by Seattle and is working his way back from Achilles tendon injury. He is no longer elite shutdown cornerback but is being counted on by Niners. Ahkello Witherspoon showed promise as rookie but will need to step up if San Francisco will have top-flight defense. 49ers were unable to make major upgrades to pass rush in free agency or draft and are hoping for better production from last year's first-round pick Solomon Thomas, as well as free-agent acquisition Attaochu.EXPECTATIONS: Full season of Garoppolo has created high hopes in San Francisco for franchise that has second-fewest wins in NFL in past three seasons with 13. Garoppolo is undefeated in seven starts as pro and earned $137.5 million contract in offseason based on his strong play after trade from New England. Garoppolo won't be able to get San Francisco back to playoffs for first time since 2013 on his own. He will need to find go-to receiver, hope McKinnon thrives as featured back, and defense led by emerging star tackle DeForest Buckner improves.Frustrated With Cardinals Giving Away Games Late in the second half yesterday, at the 2 minute warning in a 17-17 game with the Cardinals already in potential field goal range—-if you are Seahawks’ HC Pete Carroll—-what is your biggest worry?Is it the Cardinals kicking a field goal with 1: 53 seconds left?No.In fact, if Steve Wilks had called over to Pete and asked him what he would hope the Cardinals do on 3rd down and 6—-what would Pete Carroll have said?“Thanks for asking, Steve, would you please try to run the ball between the tackles.You see—-the Cardinals in that situation had Pete Carroll fearing the worst—-fearing that his two ill-advised timeouts during the second half would now come back to haunt him and the Seahawks if the Cardinals do what most teams would do in that situation—-try to pick up the 6 yards, then milk the clock down to 3 seconds and THEN try the field goal.You see—-giving the ball back to Russell Wilson with 1:53 on the clock, even if Dawson’s 45 yard field goal is good—-is all that Pete Carroll, Russell Wilson and the Seahawks want. That’s more than enough time for Wilson to pull yet another late game rabbit out of his hat.In his relatively short career thus far, Wilson has engineered 20 game winning drives—-that’s 2 more than Aaron Rodgers’ who has been in the NFL for 7 more years.If you are a new head coach in the NFC West and you are scouting the Seahawks, what is your number one concern? That’s right—-doing everything you can to take the ball out of Russell Wilson’s hands with the game on the line.Why then did Steve Wilks not get that message?Even worse—-why then did Steve Wilks say of his and Mike McCoy’s ultra conservative late game strategy that he “would do it exactly the same all over again”?Moreover—-Greg Moore of the Arizona Republic wrote up his complete agreement that Coach Wilks “did the right thing.”Well—-Coach Wilks did exactly the thing that Pete Carroll wished for most.Wilks bailed Carroll, Wilson and the Seahawks out—-big-time. He played right into their hands.He had them all on the ropes, but never threw another punch and just waited for the bell to ring.But the frustration here goes well beyond Wilks’and McCoy’s last two weeks of late game gaffes. It further extends to RB David Johnson—-who fumbled deep in the Cards’ own territory early in the game (the 11th of his 37 game career)—-who rushed 13 times for 12 yards in the second half (a mere 187 yards rushing in 4 games @ 3.3 ypc—-that’s not even 50 yards a game)—-who ran the wrong way on a first and 10 off-tackle play—-who STILL comes off the field late in games because rookie RB Chase Edmonds knows the pass protections better.After the game Johnson lamented all the mistakes he made and said he could and should have done much more—-but this is getting old and painfully redundant. No one ever questions Johnson’s innate talent—-but for a young player who was just given a 3 year $39-45M contract extension—-the time to be reliable is now. Johnson ripped off a breathtaking 21 yard run in the second half and took the best thrown screen pass (from a Cardinals’ QB in decades) 30 yards at a key time in the game—-but other than a couple of other runs, Johnson’s day was characterized by getting tackled for losses on first downs and getting stood up and stonewalled at the line of scrimmage.As for the defense, while Johnson was getting bottled up to the tune of 22/71/3.2/1TD, Seattle’s #2 RB Mike Davis, went off on the Cardinals for 21/101/4.8/2TDs. Why? How? Simply put—-the Cardinals have what appear to be the softest edges in the NFL and they must be close to leading the league in half-baked efforts and missed tackles. If Steve Wilks doesn’t fix the soft edges and shoddy tackling this year—-one would have to question whether he is the right coach to lead this team beyond 2018. The problem is—-Wilks has insisted on trying to defend the run out of his nickel—-and there are times when the team’s CBs are actually the contain men, because Wilks has his DEs crashing down inside versus the run. All the opponent needs to do is seal the DE, kick the CB out and get a hat on the ILB—-which teams are getting easily—-and it puts the RB 5 yards past the line, one-on-one with the safety.Want to know why the Cardinals’ safeties are leading the team in tackles? As for special teams—-why did Wilks and Steve Keim ignore the fact that Dawson missed 11 kicks last year (8 FGs/3XPTs) practically all in the games that mattered most to the team’s playoff hopes—-and then why did Wilks and Keim ignore Dawson’s two missed FGs in pre-season? Part of Dawson’s problem may well be that for the past two years he has had one foot in Arizona and one foot in Texas (family and retirement). How can one of the highest percentage field goal kickers of all-time—-with the same snapper and holder at home in a dome—-not only miss now 13 kicks in 20 games—-but as we saw yesterday, those misses weren’t even close—-as Dick Stockton said—-they were “squirrelly.”It was sad, but last week versus the Bears, many fans confessed that one of our biggest worries was that Rosen would lead the offense into FG range, get the crowd all excited and then Dawson would miss. Thus, the frustration stems from the lack of competition in training camp for some of the higher paid veterans who were handed jobs—-Sam Bradford, Mike Iupati, Andre Smith, Deone Bucannon, Jamar Taylor and Phil Dawson—-and the concerns about Mike McCoy as OC and Steve Wilks switching to the 43 and then to a base 4-2-5—that the doubt we had as fans with all of these decisions were completely justified and foreseeable. The most important question at this point is what the Cardinals need to do to put Josh Rosen and David Johnson in the best possible hands moving forward. I and many of you thought that the Cardinals would have the forethought to plan ahead for their QBOF and star RB—-but the last thing Rosen needs is the kind of musical chairs at OC that Blaine Gabbert, Sam Bradford and Mike Glennon have had.The problem is—-as we saw with Todd Bowles—-good coordinators can quickly become attractive head coaching candidates—-and thus the safest way to ensure that a QBOF will have the stability of continuity is to hire an offensive guru as head coach, the way the Rams did in 2017 with Sean McVay and the way the Bears did this year with Matt Nagy.If Josh Rosen and David Johnson are not in the best possible hands right now, this year—-what should the Cardinals do? What would you do?
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