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Ellington, Dansby, Golden OK to play

Posted by Darren Urban on November 5, 2017 – 12:36 pm

The Cardinals will have running back Andre Ellington back in the lineup today after he missed a game with a quad injury, as well as linebacker Karlos Dansby (finger/hamstring) and wide receiver Brittan Golden (groin). The latter helps make sure the receiving corps won’t be thin — and also helps on special teams. The full inactive list:

— WR Chad Williams (back)

— RB D.J. Foster

— LB Scooby Wright

— C Daniel Munyer (toe)

— T Will Holden

— TE Ricky Seals-Jones

— DT Xavier Williams


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16 Responses to “Ellington, Dansby, Golden OK to play”

  1. By Crash21 on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    Another miss by Dawson, what this guy i doing here? I mean, it’s not hard to find K from street who can make short FG.

  2. By Richard S on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    Was Neil Rackers that bad?

  3. By Eric G on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    For %$@#’s sake, can we please sign Roberto Aguayo? Yeah, this is getting that bad.

  4. By georgiebird on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    The HB is horrible- why is he even playing?? Oh – his contract.

  5. By georgiebird on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    Cards winning at Halftime- But SO SAD!!!

  6. By Eric G on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    @Richard S

    Rackers couldn’t hit a clutch kick to save his life. Great kicker until the game was on the line, then he was the anti-Vinitieri. Choke artist.

  7. By Jo Ball on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    0-8 team barely has bodies left to put on the field and yet still making this a game against the cardinals

  8. By Kevin S Mesa on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    Cardinals season so far, as a pattern:

    Double-digit loss
    Squeaker win
    Double-digit loss
    Squeaker win
    Double-digit loss
    Squeaker win
    Double-digit loss
    … and now today, double-digit win

    Has the pattern changed? Does this mean Thursday will NOT be a double-digit loss?

  9. By Scott H on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    Weii, if nothing else, that is the best in-active list I’ve seen so far.

    A 20-10 win against an 0-8 team. OK. Stanton was solid. Maybe. Completed 50% of his passes. Some nice throws. Two TD’s. Didn’t kill us with turnovers. Helped us get a win against, by virtue of record, the worst team in the NFL. Which is pretty much the description of a back-up QB. Does any of that describe a QB you are really going anywhere with? No. So…..where we goin’ with this?

    Not really taking anything from this one because I don’t know what there is to take.

    Another massive explosion from AP, but against another horrible defense, and during a game where we could stick with run game. He disappeared against the Rams. Let’s see what happens against the Seahawks.

    Always happy to see Fitz notch another milestone. It’s really the only thing left to root for.

    Gotta say, I actually liked the scuffle late in the game. NOT the late hit part of it, just the past where we actually saw some fire from some of these guys. ’bout time.

  10. By Scott H on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    Crash21 –

    RE: Can’t be that hard to find a kicker who can make a short FG….

    Yeah? Really? Just like it couldn’t be that hard to find a punter better than Drew Butler when his lousy punts were killing us? My, you must be new here!

    Welcome to how we do things! And get used to it. When it comes to special teams, we keep the bad players AND the bad coaches.

    We don’t leave anything to chance. We make DAMN sure it stays bad.

    OK, end of sarcasm. But you ask a perfectly valid question – WHY are we sticking with Dawson at this point??? Why is he STILL here??? I say this with confidence – MOST teams would have put an end to this non-sense weeks ago. Because you are right – it is NOT that hard to find a kicker better than this.

    Heck, a carousel of failed kickers would at least show that you RECOGNIZE the problem and that you are TRYING to address is. This organization doesn’t even do that.

    And THIS is the GM I am counting on to re-build this team???? Doesn’t bode well, does it?

  11. By Mike S on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    Here’s my cut list for the off season Time to rebuild. This could clear up over 50M in salary

    -Arians
    -Palmer
    -Iupati
    -Veldheer
    -Mathieu
    -Gresham

    Just to name a few.

  12. By Johnson on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    A garbage team winning against another garbage team..at least the 49ers are trying to rebuild their roster for the next season – what are the dumpster fire cards exactly doing?…..anyone who says that TNF we have even 1% chance of winning needs to suck up and smell reality! The Hawks are going to pulverize this garbage team..another 58-0 beating waiting to happen. Why dont we just give Hawks the victory rather than embarrassing ourselves…oh snap i forget – this organization feeds on embarrassment
    !

  13. By dkerry5242 on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    Wow Dawson may not even be as good as Cantazaro was.
    This 0-8 team with a rookie QB should not even be in this game. Tyrann Mathieu keeps getting beat, it’s a good thing Bethard doesn’t have a lot of time to throw long on every play.

  14. By CARDS62 on Nov 5, 2017 | Reply

    Strange game but a win is a win and lets give game balls to our offensive line for the run game and giving up no sacks to 49ers.

    Game ball to old man Dansby on 7 tackles including 1 sack and a very strange interception. (49ers QB Bethard threw the ball and donk it off the head of one of his offensive lineman and it went end over end into the air to Dansby)
    Our last 2 first round defensive draft choices combined had 2 tackles.
    Do you believe old man D. Freeney had 2 sacks in his first game with the Seahawks and old man C. Campbell had another sack for the Jags.

    Game ball to AP on 37 carries and I swear it looks like our TE Gresham caused him to fumble the ball. Wierd!

    Shout out to Honey Badger for the strip and P. Peterson for the long return to set up our TD, but hopefully the guys will give P. Peterson grief for getting caught from behind on his return.

    This victory will delay when we see Gabbert, but do not worry as it is just a matter of time.

    Go Cards play well! (Rams and Eagles and their young QBs look strong and they play each other on December 10th which should be a great game to watch)

  15. By Scott H on Nov 6, 2017 | Reply

    CARDS62 –

    You may be right on, this win may just push back the point at which we might see Gabbert. Not really sure what else it does for us.

    Hey, at least we didn’t come out of the bye flat, slow, and un-prepared. THAT was a legit concern for me….as it probably should have been for everyone. That SHOULDN’T be something to celebrate, but…..here we are.

    Looking ahead, I HATE that a Seahawks / Cards game is falling on a Thurs Night. Thanks, NFL. Way to take what has been a great match-up in recent years and put it on a short week for both teams.

  16. By Fmr USAF Pilot on Nov 7, 2017 | Reply

    Mike S,

    You forgot Keim.

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