Reversal of fortune

Posted by Darren Urban on November 1, 2009 – 3:26 pm

Who would have thought the Panthers could come into University of Phoenix Stadium and do many of the same things the Cards did to them last January in Carolina? The Panthers have more than 150 yards rushing, Julius Peppers returned an interception for a touchdown, and Steve Smith burned DRC on a stop-and-go 50-yard touchdown. The Cards have gone to a no-huddle look to spark themselves and there is still plenty of time, but the Cards — regardless of how this ends up — won’t be happy.

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7 Responses to “Reversal of fortune”

  1. By William on Nov 1, 2009 | Reply

    Kurt just threw his third pick… WHAT’S HAPPENING? We should have worn white! I insist!

  2. By Larry on Nov 1, 2009 | Reply

    Shame on us. Kurt was a slow thinker, and the sidelines showed no energy. It is a shame the fans deserved better. It looked like the cards thought that all they had to do is set foot on the field to win. They did’nt cover the slots and thought they only had to stick their arms out to tackle. The Cardinals need to remember that they are Playing in the NFL and no-one gives you anything.

  3. By FC on Nov 1, 2009 | Reply

    This sucks. We came into this game all pumped up and exicited after beating New York. I was all exicited that we had to play struggling teams this month and that we could pull off a really long win streak. Well, we got stomped on in our own stadium by the 2-4 (now 3-4) “stuggling” Carolina Panthers. Kurt threw so many picks I can’t even remember how many. Our #1 run defense wasn’t able to stop the Panthers’ two-headed monster of Williams and Stewart. I expected Delhomme to be firing pick after pick but, he played really good. No one expected the Panthers to even come close.

    For Carolina, congrats on the win.

    For my Cardinals, we better win in Chicago.

    One good thing is that San Franciso lost to Indy. another bad thing is that Alex Smith playing real good and we could get dangerous. Let’s keep this NFC West lead.

  4. By azkards on Nov 1, 2009 | Reply

    Lost and looked bad doing it!

  5. By Jesse Robles on Nov 1, 2009 | Reply

    What does it take to Bench Warner?? I understand he is a good player but he hasn’t had a break out game this year, Matt out played him in the pre season, but if 5 turnovers isn’t enough I want to know what is 10 turnovers?? I thought Ken said the best players play, Matt could’ve came in and threw 2 pics and that is playing better then Warner, 1-3 at home is pathetic and it shows that we are the same old Cards, Ken needs to stick to his words and not have his chosen players like a high school or pop warner coach, Beanie is a better runner then Hightower, stop holding back. Let the better player play. How about we have the better coach, coach?? Grow up.

  6. By Joe on Nov 1, 2009 | Reply

    This makes no sense. How can we beat the Giants in New York, then lose at home to the Panthers?

  7. By Brian on Nov 1, 2009 | Reply

    What a dissapointmemt. How does a defense so good against the run get burned so many times tonight. We are not supposed to get worse at home. Great job Carolina on a good win. As for the cardinals, I still believe. We need to learn consistancy.

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