DRC hurts ankle, questionable

Posted by Darren Urban on October 25, 2009 – 7:50 pm

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was just carted to the locker room and is questionable to return with a left ankle injury. Tough situation given how well he was playing. But the way the defense is playing as a whole, it may not matter tonight.

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8 Responses to “DRC hurts ankle, questionable”

  1. By Patrick on Oct 25, 2009 | Reply

    Cards rule. Waited until the final gun to celebrate, and that was just a hug of my wife. The Cards defense prayer huddle was impressive, these guys are for real. Whiz wil lead us to the Promsied Land. Beannie is a Monster with warts…but I’ll take him. GO Cards. Congrats. WOW.

  2. By Javier Montoya on Oct 25, 2009 | Reply

    I was hurt when I saw DRC sidelined with that Ice.. Im proud of our D though baby, WAY TO STEP UP BIG!!! CARDINALS FOOTBALL! Hope we get you back though Dominique! We need YOU!

  3. By logan cooper on Oct 25, 2009 | Reply

    I loved your cameo appearance on the post game video. ha ha!!
    Keep up the good work i love your writing.

  4. By Robert on Oct 25, 2009 | Reply

    People can stop ripping DRC for the time being. He’s played great the last 3 games, and stepped up HUGE in this game. That fluke TD he tipped for Hakeem Nicks was unlucky for him even though he played perfect coverage. McFadden, Wilson, Rolle, Campbell, the entire defense was great tonight.

  5. By Brian on Oct 26, 2009 | Reply

    What a great game. The defensive play calling was great. The way the defense was able to execute their game plan was exciting. The offense was not at their best, but it appeared they were still haveing a good time. Fitz dropped that pass for a touchdown ( that would have come back anyway)and was still smiling. If the cardinals can go out and continue to have fun playing as a team, they can compete with any team.


  6. By Big Red on Oct 26, 2009 | Reply

    Brian, what do you mean compete with any team. We are the NFC CHAMPS and don’t forget it. What guts with Anquan Boldin playing like that, now thats a manster. The coaching was great, I told you be, patient. Go! Cardinals!!!!

  7. By Robert on Oct 26, 2009 | Reply

    I’m really impressed with Bill Davis. We were on him after the 1st few games when we weren’t being aggressive on D when playing with leads. But the way we’ve played D the last 2 games with the lead is EXACTLY how we should play. Aggressive, complicated blitzes, let our playmakers rise to the challenge.

  8. By Brian on Oct 27, 2009 | Reply

    I will never forget what LAST YEARS TEAM DID. That was unforgetable. To many times, teams get caught up with what was accomplished the year prior. Look at Tennessee. The gist of the aformentioned comment was, we have a team this year that is exciting to watch because of the chemestry the players have with each other. There is no one player who as an individual taken ownership to playing bad or good. They succeed as a team and are haveing fun with it. This years team has, in my opinion, the most athletic, versatile, and deep bench than any team in the NFL. It’s nice to talk to a Colts fan or Patriot fan that can name a half a dozen players on the team that are contributing, because when they ask me, I can name just about the whole team and coaches. That’s a GREAT FEELING.

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