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Still no Peters, as AD down again

Posted by Darren Urban on December 10, 2017 – 12:38 pm

It was already know that Adrian Peterson was going to miss today’s game with a neck injury, but the Cardinals must feel better about Kerwynn Williams and his sore ribs too because a second running back — Bronson Hill — is also inactive today. Corey Peters will miss another game this week because of his bad ankle. Otherwise the inactive list is fairly straight-forward.

The full list of inactives:

— QB Matt Barkley

— WR John Brown (toe)

— WR Carlton Agudosi

— RB Adrian Peterson (neck)

— RB Bronson Hill

— C Max Tuerk

— DL Corey Peters (ankle)

 


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7 Responses to “Still no Peters, as AD down again”

  1. By Dr. G. on Dec 10, 2017 | Reply

    Darren – – Re: John Brown

    A terrific athlete for a mini-WR, but would you agree he is gone for 2018 whether BA is here or not? …just so much misfortune and injury prone.

    Jonathan Cooper looks OK today…just FYI…

    Barkley gone… AD cut? ($3.5M)

  2. By Darren Urban on Dec 10, 2017 | Reply

    Dr. G —

    RE: JBrown

    Maybe. I didn’t think there was any way Ellington was coming back but he did. Same kind of thing. Does Brown play for minimum?

  3. By georgiebird on Dec 10, 2017 | Reply

    PP on first Titans TD- terrible tackling. Looked like a novice.

  4. By Dr. G. on Dec 10, 2017 | Reply

    Well, If we were looking at any player not named Fitz, CJones would be the only player we could vote for the Pro Bowl just looking at today’s game:

    – ugly missed tackles
    – shoving vs tackling for a TD
    – looks like Prevent Defense mostly
    – dumb PI call for another 1st down
    – Gabbert has no time with the OLine play…taking a beating
    – Seals/Gabbert on different pages
    – 12 men? I think we are only allowed 11
    – STs can’t stay in their lanes – giving up lots
    – “”Dicipline?”” Are the coaches “”getting through?””
    – Fitz is incredible…passed Moss now…go to him..

    Looking for some bright spots in 2nd half…can’t believe it’s not 24-0

    There’s a time for everything – “”time for big changes to cover the open sores.””

    …confident for necessary moves for 2018….

  5. By Dr. G. on Dec 10, 2017 | Reply

    Darren – PP thougb he had Offensive PI…quit on the play and complaining to the ref…answer to your query…

  6. By Steve C on Dec 11, 2017 | Reply

    When you look at the schedule, the Cards have a shot at winning out and having a 9 -7 record. Seattle will be tough but they r playing here so hopefully they have something to play for. Of course they would need so many other things to happen as well, so one can only hope. Finishing strong would good, esp if Gabbert starts to hit those open Receivers and shows he could be our #1 guy at QB. He probably will be anyway, if Palmer doesnt come back. Even if we go for a QB as our 1st or 2nd choice in the draft, he will probably sit for awhile unless Blaine keeps showing he’s a backup QB only.

  7. By clssylssy on Dec 11, 2017 | Reply

    Steve C…
    Love your optimism or is it magical thinking? Beating Washington in their house is pretty tough even when they are playing bad & we are playing good with a good QB. Accuracy is not something that can be learned and to think the Cards would entertain the idea that BG would be a future #1 QB is a great argument for a complete house cleaning & need for some people who have demonstrated success at identifying & signing talent. Anybody who can’t score with an open Fitz in the end zone shouldn’t be user center.
    The Seahawks & Rams will bounce back and while it was great to get a win at home against a good team, afraid it’s too little too late. This spurt of new found motivation is fueled by the hope of guys needing their jobs . It’s too bad the front office has felt so secure & doesn’t share that same sense of motivation. Complacency has killed this team.

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