Remember, it’s Sunday NIGHT Football

Posted by Darren Urban on December 4, 2009 – 9:24 am

I’d think this goes without saying, because it’s kind of a big deal, but don’t forget the game Sunday against the Vikings was “flexed” by NBC for their “Sunday Night Football” telecast, meaning kickoff is at 6:20 p.m. (actually, the ball won’t be kicked off officially until 6:30) and NOT the 2:15 p.m. original time it will say on almost everyone’s tickets. Sure, I would guess most people think this blog post is unneeded, but trust me, it’s needed.

The parking lots will open at 2 p.m. and stadium doors open at 4:45 p.m. Also keep in mind there is a concert going on at the arena next door, so traffic may be more congested that usual. Factor that into your planning.

Finally, the Cards and Chicanos Por La Causa are hosting a toy drive for underprivileged children at the game. New, unwrapped toys and donations will be collected at each stadium entrance, if you’re in the giving mood. The donations will benefit the “Angeles Del Barrio” program, which distributes toys to more than 13,000 children in Phoenix and San Luis.

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6 Responses to “Remember, it’s Sunday NIGHT Football”

  1. By Ottis Anderson Fan on Dec 4, 2009 | Reply

    As a life-long Wisconsinite, it’s still hard to fathom that the NFL’s all time leader in career interceptions has only 3 so far this season. Let’s hope that the “Bad Brett” that lost so many Packer games with poorly timed INTs shows up Sunday NIGHT.

    If the Cards can get ahead or keep the game very close, Brett will feel more and more pressure on himself as the game builds to pull it out, which will lead to him taking more chances with his passes. DBs be ready!

  2. By Joe on Dec 4, 2009 | Reply

    Getting an early lead is key to this game. Playing catch-up with the Vikes is near impossible.
    Farve scorched us for 56 points last year, and the Vikes nailed us for 35. But if instead theyre just answering our scores, then a big play or two on D becomes meaningful.
    I think Kurt will not miss this game, but we need him at his absolute best and it will be a real question how he comes back after having his bell rung. He was on such a great roll right when it happened. How sharp can he be after missing time and reps in practice?

  3. By Mr. Viking4-ever on Dec 5, 2009 | Reply

    Dear Mr.Ottis, You really need to cut down on ur drinking,and what ever that is ur smoking!! This is Farve 2009, Not the same as when he was playing for those losers CHEESEHEADS!!!! Feel Sorry For You 🙁

  4. By Jared on Dec 5, 2009 | Reply

    If Warner doesn’t play, then this will be a terrible game.

    Farve vs Leinart? Wow, what a bad game. Even if Warner goes, I still think it’ll be Minnesota’s game. They really have a great team this year with only 1 loss on the season.

    Even though I’m 99% sure Minnesota will win…… GO CARDINALS!

  5. By Vikin Fan on Dec 5, 2009 | Reply

    Hello cardz fans this game is big for both teams, if u lose and 49ears beat the Seahawks then next weak yul be playin agains 9ers for the first place, good luck losers there is no way u beat our 40 year old gunslinger and purple god + Purple Star-Harvin and the great wall of football. GO VIKEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

  6. By Terry on Dec 6, 2009 | Reply

    Brett farve, meet darnell dockett, the cardinals remember the last game and I’m sure they will bring it, in there own house, if they can come close to stopping the viking’s running game, then it’s on, if not we are in for a long day, on the other hand, minnesota will have to deal with a offense than run’s and gun’s on high octane, all I can say is good luck, cause we are clicking at the right time of the season, Viking’s limp home loser’s in this game.

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