Gandy out again with injury

Posted by Darren Urban on December 14, 2009 – 9:07 pm

The Cardinals have pulled left tackle Mike Gandy from the game with his pelvis injury. He was struggling tonight on a few plays and, knowing the job Jeremy Bridges did last week, it’s a move that makes sense.

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13 Responses to “Gandy out again with injury”

  1. By Jesse Robles on Dec 14, 2009 | Reply

    Playing Gandy was Whiz biggest mistake, how do you sit Q and Warner an extra week, Bridges plays great and you start Gandy?? Worst Coaching game I have seen by whiz. Warner was too worried about getting the 120 passer rating and played like he did against the Jets last year. Worst coaching game ever, worst cards game ever. All I can say is LOL!!!!!!. The thing we need to realize is the Cards play great when we are the Underdog, but horrible, of not the worst in the League when everyone starts to root for us. We don’t need the limelight. We played our worst games against the niners, we still had a chance against the niners after 5 TO, we might as well give the Niners the NFC west championship since we can’t beat them. HORRIBLE, and DISGUSTING!!!!

  2. By CARDSFAN1178124 on Dec 14, 2009 | Reply


  3. By Eric G on Dec 14, 2009 | Reply

    Can we please keep him out? Gandy freaking stinks. I want Bridges and Hermann Johnson there instead.

  4. By Bob on Dec 14, 2009 | Reply

    I wish him well – but KEEP him out!!!

  5. By TucsonTim on Dec 14, 2009 | Reply

    Who didn’t struggle. Pathetic performance. Worse than the New England game last year. Like last year, they want to make sure that no one takes them seriously in the play offs. I hope Fitz is OK

  6. By chris on Dec 14, 2009 | Reply

    still should have just rested him man the cards disapointed me after a huge win again but we had a great Defense tho i still love them tho

    but still injury is an injury gandy get well man it was a tough loss

  7. By Jesse Robles on Dec 14, 2009 | Reply

    Pop Warner mistakes, holding on to the ball, jumping off sides on Defense, throwing more than two interceptions in a game. Stick to the basics and DONT give the Cards the lime light, and we will play fine. The Cards got handled…AGAIN by the Niners. You can’t say you are surprised, because it is the Cardinals. A turn around needs to happen now, especially with the Lions, Rams and Packers last on the Schedule, get your stuff together and finish strong. I love the Cards, just very disappointing when they have 7 (SEVEN) TURNOVERS. It would be different if it was against the Rams or Lions, but the Niners got us twice his year. We got this though, stick together and finish strong. LETS GO CARDS!!!!!

  8. By fitz 4 mt rushmore on Dec 15, 2009 | Reply

    Time to pu Gandy on IR. Thanks Mike for helping get to the big game last year.

  9. By mustafah on Dec 15, 2009 | Reply

    Bridges did not do so well he got warner hit in the mouth and I quote bridges words (you say we are a finess team and we”ll hit you in the mouth)

  10. By Big Red on Dec 15, 2009 | Reply

    Niners will still be out of the playoffs, don’t worry we’ll be fine. Go Cards! Maybe that’s what we needed like last season. Cards are still in the drivers seat.

  11. By Ottis Anderson Fan on Dec 15, 2009 | Reply

    I agree with Jesse — playing Gandy was Whiz biggest mistake, With a two game lead and three left to go (including the Lions and Rams), let’s keep Bridges in the rest of the season and see what he can do and hopefully build some continuity going into the postseason.

    Whiz’s second mistake was waiting to run Beanie until the start of the third quarter instead of the start of the second quarter by which time Kurt already had two interceptions and been roughed up several times.

  12. By Ottis Anderson Fan on Dec 15, 2009 | Reply

    Whiz would probably like to have a few decisions back, but this loss is squarely on the players. Seven turnovers that led to all 24 49ers points.

    EPSN had a great shot of Coach Whiz all by himself on the sidelines, just stewing in frustration, before the end of the second half. Whiz didn’t have the Cowher scowl, but I could just feel the negative energy a couple of thousand miles away.

  13. By Chris on Dec 15, 2009 | Reply

    Seven turnovers. That’s the game.

    Incidentally, shows how pathetic the 49ers are. Good teams would have 40 off of 7 turnovers, and we were one solid drive away from tying the game in the 4th quarter.

    Yes, we played the two worst games of the season against them. But as I recall they didn’t beat us last year, or in 2005. Or in 2006. And we sucked in 2005 and 2006. But as Cotton used to say, give ’em credit — they were tougher than we were last night, and that was the end of the story.

    To the Cards — let’s finish the next three games being the bully, not the bullied. Let’s take the toughness and fight to the other team (watch the Viking game, the Cowboys game from last year, or the Steelers game from the year before as motivation). When you are the tougher team, you’re tough to beat.

    To the Niners — nice win yesterday. Enjoy that and your week one win too while you cheer for the Cards in the playoffs.

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