In fact, he's pretty hard on himself.
A quick refresher on the circumstances: Arizona had traded away its 2012 second-round choice, and had the No. 80 overall pick in the third round. Seattle chose Wilson with the No. 75 overall pick, but Keim made it relatively clear that Wilson wasn't on the Cardinals' radar anyway. Wilson, of course, has gone on to become one of the NFL's top quarterbacks, leaving a lot more NFL personnel executives than just Keim wishing they had taken a closer look at the former N.C. State quarterback who transferred to Wisconsin for his senior year. Of course, it was then-GM Rod Graves who would have had more of a role than Keim in passing on Wilson, but it doesn't sound as though the Cardinals would have looked at Wilson any differently had Keim been the GM at the time.
"There's this thing scouts talk about -- comps,'" Keim said. "It's comparables (to similar NFL players), and for Wilson, who were they? Who at quarterback has had success in the NFL under 6-feet tall? Fran Tarkenton? Maybe Doug Flutie. But like (Seahawks GM) John Schneider said to Pete Carroll before the draft, 'Aside from his height, what's wrong with him?' Nothing."