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Packers loss gives Cards-Seahawks extra meaning

Posted by Darren Urban on December 14, 2014 – 3:11 pm

The Cardinals won in St. Louis Thursday, and can spend Sunday watching the rest of the NFC playoff picture unfold. Already, they caught a break. The Green Bay Packers went to Buffalo and lost, 21-13, to fall to 10-4 and a game behind the Cards. Ultimately, what does that mean? It means that regardless of the result of the Seahawks-49ers game going on right now, because of all the tiebreakers the Cardinals have spent the year building, if the Cardinals can beat the Seahawks a week from tonight on “Sunday Night Football,” the Cardinals will clinch the NFC’s No. 1 seed in the playoffs.

It would be an incredible feat given the injuries the Cards have absorbed.

(UPDATE: The Seahawks did beat the 49ers. As expected.)

A loss against Seattle would not necessarily eliminate the Cards from the No. 1 seed, but the math is much more simple if they win (and a loss versus the Seahawks would mean the Cards would need a lot of help as well as a season finale win in San Francisco.)

A No. 1 seed would mean a ton, from a first-round bye (time to heal Drew Stanton) to home-field advantage for as long as the Cardinals remained in the playoffs — including, of course, the Super Bowl if they got that far.

— ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported Sunday morning Stanton is expected to be out four weeks with his knee injury. The Cardinals have declined to get into specifics of Stanton’s issue other than it is his right knee that’s injured. The Cards do expect him back at some point.


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41 Responses to “Packers loss gives Cards-Seahawks extra meaning”

  1. By Ottis Anderson Fan on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    We’re going to be in another bloodbath next Sunday, as Todd Bowles would say. I hope BA works-in Logan Thomas in the Seattle gameplan on running downs giving him the chance to run or throw to a safety valve for a modest gain. If we protect the ball, the defense will keep us in the game.

  2. By Arthur Martinez on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    I’m just too excited for this! Team is what it takes! It definitely is going to need to be for SNF! Oh what glory that would be to clinch the top spot! I still got my fingers crossed that Seahawks fall as well today but we shall see. A little help never hurt any team, even when they are on top of the conference!

  3. By Scott H on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Contrary to what I expected, the Niners are playing the hell out of the Seahawks so far! Nice!! Even nicer if they could win the game AND beat Seattle up a little in the process.

    Darren –

    Previously, I asked if you believed that the team believed Logan Thomas was really so far behind Lindley that he would not be considered to play. You replied by asking did I really expect the team to not play the guy that gave them the best chance to win. Well, that doesn’t really answer the question. That answered the question of “Do you think they will go with the guy who gives them the best chance to win?” And, well, I already know the answer to that.

    The question was – Who DOES give them the best chance to win? I gotta be honest, given Lindley’s body of work….it’s kinda hard to believe he is the best option right now, period. If Lindley starts, obviously, the team believes he is the best option. I was hoping for a little of YOUR honest opinion on this matter.

  4. By Darren Urban on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Scott H —

    RE: Thomas

    I do not get to watch practice. Thomas does little in practice anyway, as a backup. But I don’t see how he would be better than Lindley. I know that’s not what people want to hear, but it also feels like people — such as yourself — are wishing and hoping for something that just isn’t there right now. There is a reason Palmer starts. There is a reason why Stanton was No. 2. There is a reason why Thomas is a project, and why Lindley has been released. That’s reality.

  5. By Dynosoar on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    I don’t care who wins or loses outside of the Cardinals right now. I know Stanton is down, but with the way our season has unfolded I believe we can beat every team we will face and if we have home field advantage, we win out. This team does not lose at home.

    I understand Seattle will be playing for a lot, but so will we.

    We are 11-3, they are not, let the media figure it out. Haha!

    The Lombardi trophy or nothing at all!

  6. By Flams on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    I hope that Arians changes up the game plan a bit against Seattle. Not take those deep passes that we al saw Lindley struggle with (accuracy). The running game has to be better, and practice 5-6 yard passes and allow your receivers to make plays for the extra yards. Kind of like Fitz does time and time again. We don’t want to turn the ball over and give Seattle any momentum! The O-line has to keep up, and give the quarterback time to settle in, and try to get rid of the ball quickly. Seattle is going to bring everything they have, to try to pressure which ever QB we have in there. Seattle is well aware of the lack of experience of our QB’s. They are going to try to get them out of rythmn asap. Small ball until we can get Stanton back. Go BIG RED!

  7. By Dr. G. on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Darren – –
    Yeah, This was the only game I posted earlier that the Pack could probably lose…and now it has happened. We do not want to play in Green Bay.

    Now it would be just super fine if the 9ers finish off Seattle today…then see the Lions go to Green Bay and catch the Pack off balance again.

    I never root for Dallas, but I would be very happy to see them get in if the CARDS were the only team left in our division…Thanks for this optimistic post….later

  8. By funcellphone on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Not sure why it’s regardless of what happens in the Seattle/San Francisco game right now. Wouldn’t a Seahawks loss right now only require the Cards to win either one of their last two games to get the #1 seed?

  9. By Darren Urban on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    funcell —

    RE: Seahawks

    That is correct. But the point I was making was that regardless of SEA-SF, the Cards would clinch No. 1 by beating Seattle.

  10. By Scott H on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Darren –

    I hear you. But look at where we are right now and how it all comes down to Sunday night against the BEST defense in the NFL with a 3rd string QB. Don’t ya think we are ALL hoping for something that PROBABLY just isn’t there right now??? What else can we do?

    The real hope is that the defense ( the one in red and white ) can rise up and play another monster game, keep Seattle out of the endzone. They CAN do that. Then, that the running game continues to be as productive as it has been the last two weeks. Well…why not? You can do it against the Rams on the road on a short week, you can do it against Seattle at home with 10 days rest. Special teams? We can count on the Cat Man. And if there was EVER a time for Ginn to come through with a return for a score, it is now. Or, even a long return that sets up the offense on a real short field. But Ginn has been so lousy for most of the season….if he gets you 7 yards, you feel happy.

    As has been my game plan for some other games, the offense HAS to be able to keep the ball for long stretches and put points on the board. This is not the Rams with Shaun Hill at QB, so…they WILL have to find the endzone at least twice to win this game. That’s a tall order, but….shoot, the whole season has been a tall order. AND the game plan also needs to provide Lindley with someone to dump the ball off to to ( at least ) avoid sacks for losses, or ( at best ) for potential big gains.

    Just another day at the office for this team! By midnight, we should officially be in the playoffs. That in itself is one helluva accomplishment.

  11. By Peterincanada on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    I find it interesting that Mortensen is implying inside knowledge. Is it possible that he has connections within the Cards organization that is feeding him restricted info or is he just blowing smoke?

  12. By Darren Urban on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Peterin —

    RE: Withing organization

    Where do you think some of these sources are for various stories? I don’t know where this info comes from in particular, but sure there is a chance it’s inside.

    I know this: Someone is telling him this. He’s not just making it up.

  13. By Johndiddo on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Building a top 10 defense has got to be tough, especially when your in such a competitive and defensive division. If we lose against Seattle, it’s not the end of the world, just means we would play in the wildcard, I still hope we get that bye for the sake of Drew Stanton. Here’s my question Darren, with Ryan Lindley and Logan Thomas, do you believe that we can win a playoff game if we don’t get that bye? Assuming that Stanton is not back, do you think that we have a chance to win a playoff game? And I suppose if Lindley is doing well enough, do you think that he would stay as the starting quarterback?

  14. By Darren Urban on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Johndiddo —

    RE: Playoff game

    I’m not ruling anything out.

  15. By JohnnyBluenose on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Maybe we can beat Seattle at home next week with a strong defense and a mistake-free offense and a turnover or two. Lindley gets eight or nine days to practise and learn the game plan, which should be fairly basic. It won’t be easy but we have reason to be optimistic that we can win a close game. And if we do,we get a first round bye. That is huge. It buys us time and gives Stanton more time to get ready for the play-offs. It sounds like he is going to need it. Hopefully he can play. But I really think we need to sign another veteran quarterback and give him three weeks to practise and learn the playbook and be ready to back up Stanton or be ready to start in case Stanton cannot go in week one. One of you recently suggested Rex Grossman and I thought that was a good idea. Sure, Grossman has a reputation for being inconsistent and it is true that no team picked him up this year but he has started and won games in this league, he has a strong arm and he should know how to read defenses. I think he is a better option than either Lindley or Thomas to back up Stanton or to start in week one if Stanton is not ready. The play-offs is all about winning and I really believe a veteran quarterback who is given a chance to practise and learn the play-book gives us a better chance than our third and fourth string quarterbacks.

  16. By NJAzCardsFan on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    For the Cards to beat the Seahawks…. the defense is going to have to pay with the same intensity they did in the game when Palmer went down…. The offense is going to have to step up the running game. Lindely should stick to short passes all day. That way the Cards might have a chance…..

  17. By Andy Kwong on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    So for next Sunday, the Arizona Cardinals need to win to clinch home field advantage and to become NFC West Division Champions so here are my thoughts on how we can get that W:
    -Arizona Cardinals fans need to be roaring like they never did before when Seattle’s offense is playing. We need to get into Russell Wilson’s head and it starts with us.
    -Our Offensive Line needs to be at their best. We have to limit our false starts and holding penalties. When we start moving the ball down field, we cannot have a false start ruin the momentum of the Cardinals. We need our OL to protect the QB and to open lanes for running well just like they did the past two games.
    -Whoever is going to be our Quarterback going into the game cannot force passes. If there are literally no receivers available to throw to, throw the ball away or try to scramble for the yards that you can get. We know that guys like Bennett, Irvin, and Avril will be playing as hard as they can so we have to protect the ball and not turn it over. If we can limit our turnovers to 0, we will be in pretty good shape.
    -We are clearly going to need another QB other than Ryan Lindley and Logan Thomas so why not sign an experienced veteran like Rex Grossman. He did beat Seattle way back in 2011 so he does have some success against them. He has a powerful arm and is a pocket passer that matches Bruce Arians’ style.
    -Our run game will need to play like it did the past two games. Kerwynn Williams and Stepfan Taylor will need to play at there best. If we can get chunks of positive yards from them, our QBs will not be put in too much pressure.
    -Calais Campbell, Frostee Rucker, Tommy Kelly, & Dan Williams will need to shut down Marshawyn Lynch and their RBs for most of the game to make Seattle one dimensional. If we can get to the QB like we did the last time, Russell Wilson will be expected to run all over the place. This is where our troubles came in because he was able to scramble for many yards last time. We need to incorporate many QB Spy plays so that he does not have a tenedency to escape when he chooses.
    -Alex Okafor and Matt Shaughnessy will need to stop the run and pressure the QB the way they have been playing all season. Patrick Peterson and Antonio Cromartie will need to cover their TEs effectively because I believe they will employ many similar plays like last time throwing to Tony Moeaki. If Jerraud Powers can be put into blitz mode again, with his speed and high leep ability he should be just as effective as last game.
    -We cannot have our punts blocked again so with Larry Fitzgerald this time, our team should be is much better shape.
    -One of the biggest weaknesses of the Seattle Seahawks is for them to cover fast receivers. If we can imploy many normal or strong slot attacks, John Brown and Ted Ginn will be the saviors of this game. I think Jaron Brown learned his lesson from last time and is probably eager for redemption. Larry Fitzgerald makes our run game better and makes our pass attack stronger. If Larry Fitzgerald becomes the decoy, John Brown is bound to get open for a huge gain. There is no way guys Kam Chancellor can catch him.
    -Ever field goal attempt that we have must be good. No excections.
    -All I can say for Ryan Lindley is please play better. Don’t force passes or do things that are too risky. Throw shorts passes and only throw deep balls when the chances are in our favor. If Larry Fitzgerald is one on one with Richard Sherman, if Fitz is behind him take the shot. The Michael Floyd and Byron Maxwell attack should be good so take shots when they are one on one. If you run enough, the Seahawks will assume many of the attacks are rushes and therefore throw in a fake RB hand off and throw it to someone deep.If you want to make something good of your career, this is your chance to be remembered as a Cardinal forever. Make us the NFC West Champions and secure our Playoff Homefield Advantage.
    -This game will have its flaws but we have to try to be perfect. This is a game we cannot afford to lose.

  18. By Robert on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    die hard cardinal fan..but who are we kidding? the Seattle defense is rolling..thank god we are at home….i can’t see us getting more than 200 yds in offense…we had better stay away from 3rd downs and more than 3….i just don’t think any team can plug in a 3rd string QB who has not worked with his receivers all freakin year and expect any type of success in the passing game..if we are behind then it could get ugly. The last game with Stanton we couldn’t score and we wachek him 7 times. A win will be a miracle and hope that the fans are all ours and louder than loud

  19. By Dr. G. on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Jdiddo – – The answer for Lindley is this: he will never be a starting QB; he is a “”just-in-case-QB”” when disaster strikes, which has happened unfortunately.

    AKwong – – I just can’t read all that, the spirit is good though.

    Darrren – – Just heard Arians may use both Lindley and Thomas…makes sense for Thomas to handle short yardage situations in case he chooses to run..someone is telling that as well, huh? BA needs to pull the proverbial rabbit from the top hat for the Seattle game.

  20. By Scott H on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Oh, just STOP it with Rex Grossman already. Yeah…he’s gonna come here not knowing ANYTHING about our offense and be ready to roll on Sunday? Against the Seahawks? STOP with the experience Rex Grossman has. All that experience obviously wasn’t enough to get him a get him a job anywhere in the NFL this year, was it? And STOP with his beating the Seahawks back in 2011. The 2011 Seahawks were NOT the Seahawks were gonna see on Sunday. The 2014 Seahawks would swallow Rex Grossman whole.

  21. By drummer-1 on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    I never predict a win because anything can happen on any sunday I’m so tired of hearing how the Seahawks are back and paying to win the division and they can’t be beat, don’t they know the Cardinals are playing for that same division title, it’s like there should be no playoff or SB just give it to Seattle.. I have never wanted a Cardinals win more then a want one on sunday night.. I say no to limited mistakes and we have a chance..

  22. By rod on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    I’d rather have Rocket Raccoon throwing the ball than Lindley, but since he’s way out in the universe right at the moment I guess there is only one option, Groot for, I mean, root for Lindley!

    Go Lindley!

  23. By Andy Kw on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    I really don’t care how we win just as long as we Win.

  24. By JJ on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Darren —

    How do Cards clinch #1 with a win? Wouldn’t that make the tiebreaker with Green Bay have to go all the way to “strength of victory”? Is that tiebreaker already clinched??

  25. By Darren Urban on Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

    JJ —

    RE: SOV

    My calculations say it has been clinched. Already in the lead, and this is assuming Cards beat Seattle.

  26. By rich on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    All I have to say is we need to be LOUDER than ever this weekend. Show them the real 12th man resides in the RED SEA now RISE UP AND GET NUTS!!!

  27. By georgiebird on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    Darren,
    Lets hope if all else fails that BA is prophetic in calling the Rams a perennial “8-8” team. That means the Rams will win the finale in Seattle.

  28. By georgiebird on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    keeping the Lions, Cowboys and maybe the Panthers in play is a victory for nice weather games, Keeping the Packers and Eagles hanging is victory against the bad weather guys.
    (New Orleans is also ideal weather but not for visiting teams)

  29. By JohnnyBluenose on Dec 14, 2014 | Reply

    @Scott H…..I don’t think anyone suggested Grossman or anyone other than Lindley or Thomas should start on Sunday against Seattle. But bringing in a veteran quarterback now and have him practise and learn the offense so that he can be ready to help out if Stanton cannot go when the play-offs begin in three weeks time does not sound too ridiculous to me. I doubt Thomas will scare too many defenses. Lindley at least has some experience and should be familiar with our system by virtue of the time he has spent on our practice field and in our film room and in our quarterback meetings over the last three years. That should help but he still has to produce and react to blitzes and disguised coverages, things he has not had to do very often. I do not know if Grossman or someone like him would be a better solution or not but I would at least try to bring someone in to try him out. We brought Michael Bush in to see if he could help us. Turns out he wasn’t considered good enough but we had to find out. What’s so bad about checking out some other quarterbacks, if for no other reason than to have a back-up plan in case Lindley is the next one of our players to go down? We have clinched a play-off spot. We are not favoured to win our division mainly because of our quarterback situation. So we have to have that situation rectified, not now, but by the time the play-offs begin. Have you ever heard of Howard Ehmke? I would guess, probably not, although being from the Jersey/Philly area, perhaps you have. Ehmke was a major league baseball pitcher from about 1915 to 1930. He was good but not great. I think his lifetime record was 162-162. In 1929 he was winding up his career pitching for the Philadelphia Athletics and he was not being used a whole lot but he was still effective. The A’s were running away with the pennant so with several weeks remaining in the schedule the manager (Connie Mack) told Ehmke that he would not pitch for the remainder of the season. Mack told him to prepare to pitch the opening game of the World Series which would not start for at least another month. And Ehmke got the start, which confounded a lot of people because he was far from being the best pitcher on the team. The A’s won 3-1 and Ehmke struck out 13 batters, a record that stood for many years. My point is this….our Cardinals need to find a Howard Ehmke, someone who can play quarterback once the play-offs start. I’m hoping that guy is Drew Stanton but if not, then who?

  30. By Cardman on Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

    I was listening to Ladainian Tomlinson on the NFL network and he wasn’t even given the Cards a chance to beat the Seahawks. For a sport that is enamored with statistics, it amazes me that many of the pundits give unequivocal statements as if the event they’re describing is a foregone conclusion. I think if they were required to gamble their salary according to the exact words they use to describe a team’s chances each week, the Cards could get at least a little respect. And the pundits could be educated on the difference between low probability and certainty. Then again, who am I kidding? They would just lose all their money.

    Our defense and special teams need to have one of their best games. And we can’t be putting our defense on a short field with three-and-outs. If we can do this, I like our chances.

    I hope you guys are looking forward to this game rather than dreading it. Let’s rip the heart out of the Seahawks and get what is rightfully ours, the number one seed!

  31. By Big Ken on Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

    Do you think Arians and Bowles are just sitting around drinking coffee? All things consider they are going to throw the kitchen sink at the two division rivals. It’s going to be interesting. I think it’s more low scoring games thou.

  32. By Marlin on Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

    we’re gonna need a very clever and creative offensive game plan this Sunday night

  33. By shannon robinson on Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

    The guy calling the plays this Sunday is that same Cool Uncle with the goofy glasses and the headset. He always throws the ball long for those chunk plays with whoever he’s got. He did it with T Y Hilton and that’s why we drafted Swope and after he went down the next year we drafted John Brown and added Walt Powell as insurance. That’s how important speed off the top of the secondary means to BA. We drafted Cooper and added Veldheer to be a power run team. There is a ruthless quality to these Coaches when they say Next Man Up. They don’t care ‘who’ plays – they care about getting the job done. I’m not saying they don’t shed a tear or don’t have favorites but they do move on to whomever they’ve prepared to fulfill the responsibility. This team might just run for a buck fifty from scrimmage against Seattle, but they will go deep – that’s who BA is, no brakes. With Shaughnessy back we can contain Wilson and our secondary is designed to take the passing lanes away – at this point let’s follow Kelly, Frostee, Okafor, Williams, Foote, and Campbell and let er rip. There’s nothing like playing for a Division Crown, except winning it.

  34. By clssylssy on Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

    The Seahawks are beatable…especially, on the road. The Rams beat them (as well as the Broncos) and were building steam UNTIL last Thursday when we beat the Rams with our third string QB no less! I do like the way the Seahawks play football (when they’re not playing us) and consider them an extremely good team but not necessarily any better than the Cards. The last time we played the Hawks we were without Fitz and had no real veteran leadership on offense… that has changed and we have Fitz as well as an 0-line that is playing better than ever. The last time we played the Hawks the Cards mentality was “no big deal if we loose, every team looses a game or two…” This time it’s a must win and everyone knows HFA is on the line. Before, we had no run game but now we do. Much has changed!
    It sounds as if the Seahawks have gotten into our heads and we need to change that and fast. The idea of switching back and forth with two QBs who haven’t really developed a sophisticated rhythm with the offense kinds scares me and sounds somewhat desperate and quite possibly beyond our reach. We (the Birdgang) need to be loud and intensely passionate in the stands to let everyone know this isn’t your granddaddy’s Cardinal team and we are on a mission! Once again this will be a chess match between play callers and we need to remember this isn’t BA’s first rodeo with the playoffs so be respectful of the enormous pool of knowledge we have within our coaching staff to figure this out. Our players are jazzed, the town is jazzed and we have a lot of other team’s fans cheering for us, so, we need to make this a undefeated year at U of P Stadium! We can do this with some grit, toughness and a winning mentality.

  35. By Scott H on Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

    Johnny Bluenose –

    As always I appreciate your thoughts and some of the historical perspective you provided.

    But when you say the Cardinals need to find someone to play QB once the playoffs start…..well, doesn’t that speak to something that is just highly improbable? Really, when do you ever see it happen where a team makes it to the playoffs, then suddenly “finds” a QB to play once the playoffs start?

    Hey, bring Grossman in to look at him. Why not? As John Belushi said in Animal House – Don’t cost nuthin! But there is the whole issue of knowing THIS offense, knowing the terminology of THIS offense, knowing the players in THIS offense, having some cohesion with THIS offensive line, etc. There are things that QB’s work on over the course of an entire off-season / training camp / pre-seaaon.

    That is why I just don’t see an outsider coming in NOW and being able to do this. At this point, I think we have to live or die with Lindley or Thomas. And, hopefully, Stanton at some point because I believe we definitely CAN live with him.

  36. By Richard S on Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

    A lot of people think the Cards can’t win with Ryan at QB. Everyone has one good game in them. Who knows, maybe this is the one. I remember in High School when our starting center fouled out and I was going in the game with us trailing by 8 points with 7 minutes left and I heard the student manager say the game is over now. We’ve lost. Well going up against the all conference center who was worn down by battling with Big George for most of the game, I blocked 2 shots, scored 4 points not missing a shot, got a couple of rebounds and tipped the ball back to our all state guard who just missed his first shot and watched him make the follow up shot and lo behold we had a 15 point rally and won by 7 points. The next game I was completely clumsy and couldn’t hold onto the ball, but for one game I was there. Hopefully this will be Ryan’s big game. Go Cards.

  37. By fighting bird on Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

    I know one thing. The Cardinals will have to play a game like they’ve never played., they have to be dangerous I mean hit harder run faster do things that they usually wouldn’t, play like its your last game that you’ll ever play.

  38. By JohnnyBluenose on Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

    Scott….we can live and we can win with Stanton at home. If we have to go on the road it will be difficult. That’s why Sunday’s game is so important and it is so disappointing to not have Stanton available. Fate has been unkind but there is no quit in our team. I hope we can find a way….again. Keep going.

  39. By ocdonnelly on Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

    Man you Cardinal fans sure are dreamers…… If you think that you will even get close to 200 yards of offense your crazy. The seahawks held the eagles to 139 on the road…… You’ll be lucky if you get to 150. I mean you think that a 3rd string QB who has thrown 7 ints on 181 attempts is gonna have even a ok game against the legion of boom who haven’t allowed a passing touchdown in like 4 weeks. Good luck…….. Hey maybe you’ll get lucky and Kurt Warner will come back. 24-0 is my prediction have fun watching your Super Bowl dreams get flushed down the toilet.

  40. By azdesertrat1953 on Dec 16, 2014 | Reply

    Aha, Ocdonnelly, I was wondering who the negative “Betty” in the bunch was, Howdy!

    You have your opinions, just like ears everyone has a least two.

    We have BA and a Team that sees how the Seahawks have been winning.

    That being said, We all heard the same noise from Everyone who said the Cards had No chance against the Rams, Heck they just shut out two below average teams that had fairly good defenses.

    This is Not the same Cards Team that was in Seattle week 12 and ya’ll are Not going to be at home you are going to be in the Desert.

    One more thing, Ryan Lindley is Not the same QB we all saw in 2012, he has had Three Teachers, twice this year who are Very good at what they do.
    Bruce Arians, Tom Moore and Freddie Kitchens.

    As for getting the running game going, I think Stump Mitchell will have the RB’s ready to do Battle this Sunday night, again.

    Lets Go!!

    GO CARDS!!!

  41. By dstin2014 on Dec 21, 2014 | Reply

    Should my Hawks drop, I will root with you in AZ. I have pride in our division. Contrary to the media hype, we do not hate the 49ers.

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