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Watford, Niklas playing; Bynes sits in finale

Posted by Darren Urban on December 31, 2017 – 12:59 pm

The Cardinals will have offensive lineman Earl Watford (ankle) and tight end Troy Niklas (ankle) in today’s season finale in Seattle. With John Brown playing again, Chad Williams will be inactive again one more time — he will be facing a big offseason heading into his second year. Linebacker Josh Bynes (ankle) was listed as questionable, but he was DNP all week so again, not a surprise to see him sit.

The final inactives for the season:

— QB Matt Barkley

— WR Chad Williams

— LB Edmond Robinson

— LB Josh Bynes (ankle)

— C Max Tuerk

— TE Gabe Holmes

— DL Xavier Williams


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8 Responses to “Watford, Niklas playing; Bynes sits in finale”

  1. By georgiebird on Dec 31, 2017 | Reply

    Does Bynes figure he’s set for next year and doesn’t want to get injured and lose out on a big contract.
    Double edged sword- Bynes is a very good player but we don’t need anymore brittle players.

  2. By Jametruis Judge on Dec 31, 2017 | Reply

    On the touchdown pass to Doug Baldwin, why wasn’t Patrick Peterson on him? How did a safety ended up in that match up😕?

  3. By creditcard on Dec 31, 2017 | Reply

    Gutsy play by the Cards in the finally. 8 – 8 is so much better than a losing record.

    Defense has really stepped up.
    Kerwynn Williams is a player
    Larry the Legend as per usual played great
    D-Line played great. Olson Pierre is a player., Nkemdiche showed up.
    17-sacks for Chandler Jones for the season, Card record.
    Dawson and Lee kicked well. However, coverage teams were awful. Sorry but Amos Jones must go.
    O-Line over-all played well. I still think Shipley and Boehm get out-manned any time when the opponent plays a D-lineman on each of them at them same time.

    Big plus for the Cards coming back after giving up the lead.

  4. By creditcard on Dec 31, 2017 | Reply

    This off season will be unique in the sense that there will be several QB free agents. Couple that with 4 to 5 QBs coming out of college appear to be of NFL quality.

    I personally like Josh Allen out of Wyoming. I think he might be available by the middle or bottom of the1st round. It is one thing to be surrounded by McDonald All-Americans, and then it is another thing to be surrounded by kids that had very few college offers and a bunch of walk-ons.

    Bridgewater will be a free agent as well.

    Buy Bridgewater and draft Allen.

  5. By Dr. G. on Dec 31, 2017 | Reply

    JJudge…Peterson was on Baldwin…he’s our flawless cb remember? He slides to avoid being tackled; he runs out of bounds, and has 50 yards to catch Lockett before giving up. I’m just puzzled again. When can he make a big play? Budda and Badger could help also with tackling lessons….On to 2018…can’t wait to see what happens with the cast very soon…be well

  6. By Don on Dec 31, 2017 | Reply

    Dr. G You really want to see our #1 pro bowl CB taken out on a return? I guarantee you PP starts risking IR to pick up 1-2 yards and BA stops letting him do returns.

  7. By Timothy Hodges on Dec 31, 2017 | Reply

    “one of the best performances…” that ranks right up there with Levi Brown is an elite left tackle.

    Bye Bruce. Thanks for the good years.

    Now it’s time to rebuild….less we spend the next decade in the cellar of the division.

    Happy New Year everyone.

  8. By Dr. G. on Dec 31, 2017 | Reply

    Don…you make the correct point for PP to do punt returns… He shouldn’t even be out there if the coaches just want someone to catch and give it up. We agree.

    We have other men who can also catch without fumbling and put forth effort to gain some yards. It is preposterous to see a return man “”slide””…except to run the clock near the end of the game.

    When opponents see PP out there, they know it won’t be hard to get an immediate stop. Some risk is still there…use someone else to at least give the illusion that a big return is possible. This is just a coaching issue…we can name many others who would love to get it on in the returns.

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