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This week, inactives don’t change

Posted by Darren Urban on November 17, 2013 – 9:31 am

This is an infrequent occurrence: The inactive list is exactly the same as last week. That means questionable players like wide receiver Michael Floyd and linebacker John Abraham are playing. And as a quick aside, it is incredibly quiet here both in the stadium and in the press box considering we are 90 minutes from kickoff.

The inactive list is:

– WR Brittan Golden (hamstring)

– QB Ryan Lindley

– RB Ryan Williams

– LB Dontay Moch

–G Earl Watford

– TE Kory Sperry

– DE Ronald Talley


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18 Responses to “This week, inactives don’t change”

  1. By stfuirsay on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    How is Ryan Lindley injured if he hasn’t played a single regular season snap?

  2. By Darren Urban on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    Stfuirsay –

    RE: Lindley

    Who said he was injured?

  3. By LG on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    This DEF is looking like a dam joke today.

  4. By Chuck 1 on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    The game is only within the two minute warning of the first half, but for those fans who have roundly criticized Palmer, the OLine (I’ve been one who has done that) and some of his receivers, let’s ‘fess up that they have had a very successful first half.
    BA is forcing the Jags to back off of the line of scrimmage by passing deep. Look at the second TD drive; three passes of over 20 yards.
    This is also going to force defenses to cover other receivers and give Fitz more space.
    Also, when the tough yards are needed near the goal line, give the rock to the big back, Mendenhall, who has also been roundly criticized.
    The defense has also stepped up it’s game.

  5. By Brett Co on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    Chuck 1 –

    Wow you’re giving props?!!!

  6. By Scott H on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    Carson Palmer….there ya go, bud! Now, THAT’s the game I’ve been waiting for! Not sure why it took 10 games for you to find it, but…VERY well done. Can we get a few more, please? More later.

  7. By Chuck 1 on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    Apparently, LG didn’t read your recent blog about how the defense shuts down the oppositions’ offenses as the game rolls along, Darren.

    After the first quarter, ZIP on the scoreboard for the Jags.

    Another boffo performance by Bowles’ boys.

  8. By Kevin S Mesa on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    Spoke a little too soon, huh LG? Defense let up 13 first downs total all day, not to mention no points after when I assume you posted which was probably after the 2nd Jax score. And this despite great field position on several 2nd half drives after we punted from deep in our own territory. The D did its job for sure.

  9. By Dynosoar on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    Darren,

    I know we have 6 games left to play, but I’m listening to the after game show on FOX and they’re talking about the Wild Card possibilities in the NFC and all teams mentioned are 6-4 AND there was no mention of the Cardinals.

    What is the real possibilities of us making the playoffs (obviously they’re better if we win out.) Or in your opinion, is it a few games to early to talk about.

  10. By Bay Area Bad Boy on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    Chuck 1, don’t get too excited. its Jacksonville. They are supposed to have a good game against them. the real test will be next week against the Colts.

  11. By ored on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    somebody was calling for a big passing day from palmer,there you go,big chunk plays,no picks,but would have liked to see some semblance of a ground game also,but at least the D was their usual 2nd half self.we’re still not there yet,but overall a pretty good game.

  12. By Darren Urban on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    Dyno –

    RE: Playoffs

    It’s about that time.

  13. By Bay Area Bad Boy on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    Dyno,

    Go to ESPN.com ,NFL Standings. It will show you what you are looking for. Who cares what reporters say or don’t say. They are only guessing like the rest of us. (Sorry Darren, not meant for you). But according to ESPN’s standing, We are 7th in the NFC. Top 6 go to the playoffs. Still way too early for that. But we have to keep winning to even be considered.

  14. By Dr. G. on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    Darren, I forgot to post on this one. Some fans still don’t get that only 46 active players can dress of the 53 for any one game. You explained this a long time ago; perhaps a review is in order. I always appreciate this list since we posted on it early on this season… Be well….

  15. By Dr. G. on Nov 17, 2013 | Reply

    Playoffs?”^%$#* Whatchu talkin’ ’bout playoffs already…..Herm Edwards

    Well, 10-6 maybe, just maybe… Be optimistic!

  16. By Kevin S Mesa on Nov 18, 2013 | Reply

    As far as the playoffs are concerned, the Cardinals are definitely in the thick of it but have by far the toughest schedule of the 6-4 teams. (Indy, SF, Seattle, Philly all currently playoff teams; the two “weak” teams left are 4-6 and Tennessee is actually in the mix and that could be a big home game for them). For example, the Bears and Lions, like us, each have a road game at Philly, but the Eagles at 6-5 have the best record of any team that either of those two teams will face. We need to win some tough games, starting with this week vs. Indy, to really have a shot. 9-7 has no chance.

  17. By Scott H on Nov 18, 2013 | Reply

    Dynosoar -

    I hear ya. Fuuny how the whole world is SOOOO taken with the Panthers who are only one win better than the Cardinals ( and maybe no longer after tonight ) AND WERE BEATEN BY CARDINALS EARLIER THIS SEASON! But…whatever. Who cares? I seem to remember that jack-ass Cris Collinsworth referring to the Cardinals as the worst team in the history of the playoffs as the 2008 season was winding down. And a few weeks later, those same Cardinals were taking the Steelers to their limits in one of THE best Super Bowls ever played. So…can’t pay too much attention to the chatter. It pretty much goes whichever the way the wind is blowing at any given time. Right now, everyone is all Panthered-up but let them lose tonight and that will die down.

    Go Patriots!!!

  18. By Chuck 1 on Nov 19, 2013 | Reply

    Brett Co,

    I give props when they deserve it and critique when it is deserved.

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