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Inactives “normal,” so starters ready for Seattle

Posted by Darren Urban on January 3, 2016 – 12:58 pm

The inactive list looks like it has the last few weeks, so it certainly seems like Bruce Arians will follow through with his comment that the Cardinals are playing this straight today. S Rashad Johnson and WR Michael Floyd are indeed active. In fact, every player who was questionable for the Cards Friday is active today.

The full inactive list:

— QB Matt Barkley

— CB Corey White

— LB Markus Golden (knee)

— LB Shaq Riddick

— T D.J. Humphries

— NT Xavier Williams

— DT Josh Mauro (calf)

The Seahawks are without starters T Russell Okung, G J.R. Sweezy, RB Marshawn Lynch, TE Luke Willson and S Kam Chancellor.

The bigger pre-game news was that the Cardinals watched former teammate Ryan Lindley throw a TD for the Colts:


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7 Responses to “Inactives “normal,” so starters ready for Seattle”

  1. By dynosoar on Jan 3, 2016 | Reply

    We here all the time about a player taken in the fourth or fifth round of the draft (or seventh or undrafted), knowing they are NFL caliber and so they play with a chip on their shoulder.

    What about an NFL coach who’s coached some of the greatest ever (Manning…) and has SB rings as a coach, but is consistently passed up for promotion to head coach (and even re-fired)?

    I think BA has something to prove to all the teams who passed him by over the years. I think this is the first year he proves it and this team is with him. We will be the team to beat next year, I feel this.

    In 2013 Seattle felt it was their year of destiny and the team played like it. The Cardinals have that feel about them this season. I hope it’s true, I certainly feel it is.

  2. By LadyBird04 on Jan 3, 2016 | Reply

    Glad for Lindley – he was put in an untenable position last year and has gotten far too much blame for the failures of the team at the end of last year.

  3. By CreditCard on Jan 3, 2016 | Reply

    Cards getting spanked.

    Both teams are making a statement going into the playoffs

  4. By CreditCard on Jan 3, 2016 | Reply

    Bethel and Powers are being schooled. Cards can’t open running lanes. Cards can’t convert extra points or 3rd downs for that matter. Reality check is due for Cards at halftime and for that matter next week.

    Unfortunately, beatings like this — the other playoff teams will be studying this film in detail.

  5. By CreditCard on Jan 3, 2016 | Reply

    Panthers imposing their will on Bucs. Thus, Stanton in for Palmer. Cards look hideously stale, slow, non-emotional, and undynamic.

  6. By CreditCard on Jan 3, 2016 | Reply

    Tough, tough, tough thing for Arians to say come Monday …. who played well?

  7. By Scott H on Jan 3, 2016 | Reply

    Damn, that was ugly. Had great weekend in Phoenix, anyway! I was hoping the game would be the crowning jewel of the trip, but….whatever. The worst part was being around so damn many ignorant Seahawk fans. But, really, is there any other kind??

    The good? Um…the cheerleaders! And maybe Fitz.

    The bad? Most of the damn game. Looked like Palmer was not on same page as receivers too many times.

    The ugly? How ’bout our punt coverage??? That was catastrophic.

    But thanks to the Buccs ( who were almost as bad as we were ), it really didn’t matter. IF we had that game in our system, best to get it out now.

    Second season starts in 2 weeks! And I hope we get these damn Seahawks again. I really do. We already took the West. Now it’s time to show them the door.

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