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Kerwynn Williams’ secret to success

Posted by since1898 on December 8, 2014 – 11:16 am

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5 Responses to “Kerwynn Williams’ secret to success”

  1. By Tracy redding on Dec 8, 2014 | Reply

    Now I’m hungry..for more wins.nice job K W.

  2. By ryan donovan on Dec 8, 2014 | Reply

    Dude I almost got teary eyed Watching Kerwynn get that game ball. Just goes to show if you show up every day and give it your all anything is possible..Go cardinals!!! give Kerwynn the start thursday

  3. By William Barry on Dec 8, 2014 | Reply

    Darren, running back position has been solved, Kerwynn, Marion Grice, and Stephan Taylor…we can win with this combination…

    When will Tryann Mathieu be back????

    Is Carson Palmer helping Drew with advice, etc…is he on the sidelines???

  4. By Scott H on Dec 8, 2014 | Reply

    GET THIS MAN SOME PEANUT BUTTER!!!!! And don’t forget the milk.

    What I fine myself encouraged by right now ( repeating myself from mention in a previous post ) is that regardless of who we have in the offensive backfield right now, they are fresh and they are healthy. Anyone being fresh and healthy for THIS team seems out of place, but…..I’ll take it!

    We have to put these fresh legs to work, PRONTO. Let’s give this Wiiliams kid some work on Thursday night and let Hughes be our Darren Sproles catching some swing passes out of the backfield. We HAVE to back off the Rams’ pass rush, period. If we let those guys tee off on Stanton and allow a repeat of that horrific night a few seasons ago when Kevin Kolb barely escaped with his life….remember that one??? We CANNOT have that on Thurs. Losing Ellington and finding out what our other RB’s can do is one thing. We might just be better off as a result. Losing Stanton and having to find out what Lindley or Thomas can do against SEATTLE? Um…..how’ bout HELL, NO!!!

    Let’s not have our season end on Thurs because we let the Rams kill our QB. We need two things – another big night from the defense and a productive night from the guys in the offensive backfield. And, of course, we need the O-line to pave the way for that. Need the big dogs up front to play angry.

  5. By Richard L on Dec 9, 2014 | Reply

    Ah La Peanut Butter Sandwiches!

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