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2015 opponents set for Cardinals

Posted by Darren Urban on December 28, 2014 – 5:28 pm

The Cardinals’ opponents are now set for 2015:

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Minnesota Vikings
Green Bay Packers
Baltimore Ravens
Cincinnati Bengals
New Orleans Saints
Seattle Seahawks
San Francisco 49ers
St. Louis Rams

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Detroit Lions
Chicago Bears
Cleveland Browns
Pittsburgh Steelers
Philadelphia Eagles
Seattle Seahawks
San Francisco 49ers
St. Louis Rams


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16 Responses to “2015 opponents set for Cardinals”

  1. By Dr. G. on Dec 28, 2014 | Reply

    Well, I have only 3 reasons for the gift to the 49ers… ALL 3 INTERCEPTIONS…

    No further analysis necessary…..later Cards Fans…

  2. By joe holst on Dec 28, 2014 | Reply

    holy smokes that is a tough schedule

  3. By Andy Kw on Dec 28, 2014 | Reply

    Lindley stepped up but he is still the turnover machine. Let’s hope Stanton will be ready by next week

  4. By dennis on Dec 28, 2014 | Reply

    With that schedule don’t expect an 11 win season next year.

  5. By Black1137 on Dec 28, 2014 | Reply

    Next year? We won 10 games last year and would’ve only hoped to slip in. It’s been a tough year, and no matter what happens we’re on the up!

  6. By Chuck 1 on Dec 28, 2014 | Reply

    I see only two “EASY” (???) games nest season: Bears and Browns.

  7. By Patrick. Hoog on Dec 28, 2014 | Reply

    This years schedule looked just as hard. Damn Proud of Cards effort in SF. Let the touurnamennt begin.

  8. By clssylssy on Dec 28, 2014 | Reply

    For those who are going to blame the gift we gave the 9ers on Lindley…I would say, blown coverages, inability to tackle and lack of intensity were even more responsible than the interceptions. All QBs throw interceptions, Carson Palmer threw five when we beat Seattle but, our defense stepped up and the entire team was in it to win. Drew Brees threw three interceptions today. This game was winnable but it seemed like because we had already made the playoffs it wasn’t a “must win” when it became apparent that the Seahawks would win the Division and 1st seed. Winners don’t quit and real competitors play the full sixty.
    I thought Ryan Lindley looked much improved after actually playing with the first team now for a couple of weeks and managed the game remarkably well. The rest of the team has been playing all season so don’t really have an excuse. One would think that professionals would know that Kaepernick is a mobile QB and their ground game needed to be contained! Floyd had his best game of the season (finally) but the inability to master basics such as tackling and protecting the football continue to evade and were the difference.
    After this game, next year’s schedule looks too overwhelming to even consider!

  9. By siege911 on Dec 28, 2014 | Reply

    I don’t think this schedule is as hard as people think.

    “Easy” games (with definite quotes… I’m looking at you Falcon’s game this year)
    Saints (well… this year’s Saints)
    Bears
    Browns

    “Winnable” games (comparable with Cowboys, Chiefs, Eagles etc of this year… basically solid performers but not necessarily favorites to win their division)
    Ravens
    Bengals
    Steelers
    Eagles

    “Tough” games
    Lions (although we rocked them this year… away game makes the difference)
    Packers

    And then the normal division games.

    So let’s say we lose both Seahawks games and 1 other division game as we did this year, I can easily see 11-5 or 10-6 with our current team. Probably better if we can stay mostly injury free.

    The MAIN concern is who our defensive coordinator is next year. That could be the difference between winning and losing. I love Arians as a head coach but really dislike his offensive system and don’t trust it to lean on if the defense falters.

  10. By joannamcgrath on Dec 28, 2014 | Reply

    I think this schedule for next year looks better than this year personally

  11. By Kevin S Mesa on Dec 29, 2014 | Reply

    Not much of a reward there for coming in 2nd. Eagles fell off some but I’d take my chances with Dallas/Carolina (which Seattle gets) before Philly/New Orleans, I think.

  12. By Alamo on Dec 29, 2014 | Reply

    I am still trying to figure out, WHY is Ted Ginn STILL on this team. A totally useless sp player, 6th or 7th receiver at best, and shows no desire to run a return back for any yardage. What a waste of a position, potential, roster spot, and so damageing to out special teams effort. IF he is only receiving league minimum pay….he is still over paid.

  13. By Cardsfan1 on Dec 29, 2014 | Reply

    there Tryna see how much of a contender we are next season it’s all good well have everyone back

  14. By C.Havoc on Dec 29, 2014 | Reply

    Question, what’s with us playing Philly 3 years in a row. I see this as a little better challenge than this past year. Concerns with QB play and DB. Patrick Peterson is not living up to the dollar figure we singed him too. Until I die, Bird Gang. . GO AZ CARDINALS

  15. By william mccoy on Dec 29, 2014 | Reply

    whoever thinks #14 “stepped up” is out of their mind. Now if Ryan had took the team on a game tying, or winning drive at the end rather than throw a pick then he would have stepped up. Yes he played better than last week but that is NOT stepping up. Also does not help that the o-line gave up the only sack on the last drive before the pick he threw. Likewise, the D sucked and gave up too many plays Playing like we did we will not beat the panthers and even if we do if ya can’t beat the seahawks there will be no superbowl Very happy for the team and all they achieved this year but the time of “well they had a good year” is over 11-5 should be 13-3 I’ve heard “but they had a good year for 27 years and counting there are no more excuses and BA hands down is coach of the last two years

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