An offensive machine UPDATED

Posted by Darren Urban on November 8, 2009 – 11:55 am

The Cards have three drives, three touchdowns, 15 first downs, a passing game that looks sharp and a running game that looks explosive. Long way to go, but somehow, it figures this team would respond like this. By the way, Kurt Warner has completed 11 straight passes after those two incompletions to start the game. And an almost-mortar kick. Cards are feeling good.

UPDATE: That’s now 15-for-19 for 165 yards and four touchdowns for Warner in the first half.

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5 Responses to “An offensive machine UPDATED”

  1. By Doug Hart on Nov 8, 2009 | Reply

    This is the offensive breakout we have been waiting on. Very balanced game plan.

  2. By azcardsfan22 on Nov 8, 2009 | Reply

    See what happens when you show the run it makes everybodys job easier, thats why it baffles me why the bum of a coach don’t run more…but you fans continue to praise Whiz when he is the worst coach I ever saw, this game is evident of that as he almost gave it back to the Bears with a big lead he chucks the ball with a 20pt lead and 3rd and 1 with a backup QB in game and what happens a pick and return to cards 20 yd line next play TD bears right back in game…..Cards next possesion he does it again chucking ball and Kurt gets sackes at his own 10 yd line and fumbles luckily Gandy recovered it or the Bears would have been inside 5 yd line down by 13……….horrible coach when are you cards fans gonna realize Whiz is not the right guy for this team

  3. By darrenurban on Nov 8, 2009 | Reply

    azcardsfan22 —

    Wow. The Cards won by 20 on the road and have won four of five and you’re just killing the coach. I’m curious what the Cardinals would have to do to have you not be so upset.

  4. By ljn86314 on Nov 9, 2009 | Reply

    what’s wrong with Herman Johnson…….he’s been on the injury list since day 1…

  5. By darrenurban on Nov 9, 2009 | Reply

    ljn —

    Herman has not been on the injury list. He’s been inactive. A team carries 53 players but only 45 can be active each week and usually a team doesn’t have eight injured players. Some will be “healthy scratches,” like Herman. At this point, the Cards don’t need him or don’t think he is ready.

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