I'm glad I'm not the only one favoring Fromm to be a Colt, I guess you might say if someone else sees what I see, then there has to be a substance of truth to there post. Again, I'm all for Fromm and a way upgrade to JB, no doubt.
I'm trying to be optimistic on the Cardinals chance of making the post season in 2020. It's tough though. Losing Ozuna stinks. They haven't really added much. The Cardinals have been resilient in the past, so I have hope for 2020.
I expect the division to be even tougher than 2019.
My guess at this point:
Cubs - 91-71
Reds - 86-76
Cardinals - 85-77
Brewers - 80-82
Pirates - 71-91
Actually what happens is, someone derails a thread by taking a tangential point and making an argument out of it.
Luck was relevant to our w/l record, and I said we would have had more wins with him than without. But assuming he would have led us to winning the division, and advancing in the playoffs is an alternative reality, considering how many positions regressed in play from last year, many due to injury.
And compared to how SF used their picks on players that had an impact, Luck was irrelevant in the Colts (including Grigson) picking a C, FS, a G, and another G and ILB (five of the lowest valued positions in the NFL) with the high picks we had. And the other high seconds being Quincy and Rock.
To say that the appearance of Luck would have righted that ship and put us in the playoffs is wishful thinking, IMO.