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Beanie Wells active today

Posted by Darren Urban on September 9, 2012 – 12:10 pm

Running back Beanie Wells (hamstring) is active today, so he is expected to start for the Cards. The inactive list for the opener is not surprising:

— CB Greg Toler (hip)

— WR LaRon Byrd

— RB William Powell

— T Pat McQuistan

— LB Jamaal Westerman

— QB Ryan Lindley

— G Senio Kelemete

The Seahawks will have running back Marshawn Lynch too, after his back spasms had left him questionable.


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20 Responses to “Beanie Wells active today”

  1. By Chuck 1 on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Wasn’t Williams the RB who “never” fumbled in college?

    And, on his second carry in the NFL, he puts the ball on the ground and it results in a TURNOVER?

    With Beanie the #1 back, why did Whiz give the start to Williams???

  2. By Chuck 1 on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    First and goal from the TWO and the Cards have to settle for a field goal.

    What does that say about the vaunted running game that so many fans were ecstatic about? Offensive line, anyone?

  3. By Red cards on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Whatever there are so many more pros than cons skelton looks good and it looked RM was down and the Ds lIghts out baby I think whiz planed to go with John all long I take back every bad thing I said about whiz lol

  4. By georgiebird on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Cards have a dumb defense- as in stupid penalties.

  5. By Red cards on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Come on oline wtf

  6. By cardsalltheway on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    I told you our special teams/kick off and punt defense looks SLOW.

  7. By cardsalltheway on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Oh no, that’s not good! Johnny looks hurt bad.

  8. By Scott H on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Sigh…it appears we just do not have a good enough QB to be taken seriously.

    Last year, we watched as Cam Newton took the world by storm. This year, looks like we’ll be watching RPG do the same. We have to get us one of those!

    Seriously – we have to do what it takes to get a dynamic young gun QB in here. More and more pro-ready QB’s are coming out of college these days and they are showing that they really are ready to go from day one. We’ve been spinning our wheels since the day Kurt Warner left and the fact is, it really hasn’t mattered who has been under center. It ain’t been good enough.

    I thought the Redskins were crazy for giving up what they gave up to get into position to land RPG, but…maybe they ( for once! ) knew what they were doing and maybe the Cardinals may have to consider doing the same.

    It is also time for this team to stop sitting around during free agency, waiting for the scraps. We need SERIOUS help on the O-line and it’s time to start getting some top-notch players in here to provide up-grades. They are available every year. Trouble is, we start looking at FA’s about 7-10 days after the rest of the league has. Enough.

  9. By cardsalltheway on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Nice time-out attempt Ken W.:(

  10. By Chuck 1 on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Kolb.

    Well, he isn’t such a bust is he?

  11. By cardsalltheway on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Our D-fence barely held on vs. a rookie QB. Let’s call R. Bartel back, I have a feeling we’re going to need him. Now let’s win another before week 8 vs the 9ers, on to New England.

  12. By Brett on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Wow the scabs almost blew the game way to rise up defense stop the seahags I will take this win ugly but I will take it. Nothing is sweeter than beating pete caroll

  13. By Scott H on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    OH….MY….GOD!!! How utterly and excruciatingly painful was THAT???

    HOW did the Seahawks NOT win this game??? Seriously, defense??? TWO pass interference penalties and allowing them to convert on a 3rd and 14 on that last drive? Seriously??? Could we have done ANY MORE to help them than we did???

    Honestly, I have to go back to NFL.com and check the final score again because it just doesn’t seem possible that we escaped with this one. Even if it was a win, I’m still formally requesting that the Cardinals organization give me back the last 4 hours. Because they were friggin PAINFUL!!

    OK, I’ll calm down now….we’ve played one game and – however painful – it’s better to be 1-0 that 0-1.

    But why does it have to be SOOOOOOO hard? WHY?????

  14. By johnnybluenose on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    good job kevin kolb. credit our defense for hanging in even if we were fortunate that one or two of those last second passes were not caught. i was glad that marshawn lynch was not given the ball on fourth and goal. we had no running game at all and no offense under skelton in the second half. it was awful. and the officiating was not great, especially not knowing that an injury in the last two minutes costs the team a timeout. still, a win is a win is a win and we needed to win very badly. it doesn’t look good for skelton. darren, who do we sign as a back up? and do we play william powell next week or do we just not bother running and throw the ball 50 times a game? so many unknowns and the season is just underway.

  15. By GW on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Both QB’S are rhythm players the off. should go in a no huddle early and often because their basic off. is boring,stale and 3 & out.beside that a win is a win.

  16. By scubasteve12 on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    If Cards bring in anoth QB who do you think it will be since Bartel cant come back for 6 sweeks?

  17. By johnnybluenose on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    the key play of the game was seattle’s missed 50 yard field goal attempt. if they hit that one, we lose 22 to 20.

  18. By Card shark on Sep 9, 2012 | Reply

    Happy with the win no matter what drama it took to get the win…..that a boy Kolb…that’s how you earn that paycheck

  19. By bluepitt on Sep 10, 2012 | Reply

    Why do they call Williams lil sweetness? He is just a standard scat back who has no vision! Why was our Best running back snubed and not started? Your “LIL SWEETNESS” has done nutin in the NFL, and he gets the start? He still has done nutn in the NFL but show he can run side to side………..Will he start next week?

  20. By cardsalltheway on Sep 10, 2012 | Reply

    bluepitt,
    I agree that Ryan Williams did not deserve to start. There should’ve been no question that William Powell was our starter. He deserved it and was the work-horse during preseason. Until another one of our RB’s shows they can do better than Willam Powell NOW/THIS 2012 SEASON, then W. Powell should be carrying the ball the most. He had the hot hand/legs, no other RB on our team was ready to start the 1st game of the season. How do our injured RB’s who do little to nothing during preseason start before the leading NFL rusher during preseason? Wake Up!

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