Finding the Cards’ own quality quartet

Posted by Darren Urban on March 19, 2013 – 6:30 am

In honor of everyone’s favorite time of college basketball season, will have it’s own piece of #cardsbracketology. Check out the bracket right here and vote every day for the play you want to win. As we pare it down from 16 to one, the winner for the best play of the Cardinals’ season will come alive. Maybe you can even get friends and family to have their own #cardsbracketology bracket. I can see the office pools now.

The No. 1 seed is the Rashad Johnson/Sam Acho/Greg Toler combo fumble recovery in Atlanta. Will there be an upset along the way?


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9 Responses to “Finding the Cards’ own quality quartet”

  1. By DingBatus on Mar 19, 2013 | Reply


    I hate to do this, but the sentence “As we pair it down from 16 to one, the winner for the best play of the Cardinals’ season will come alive” should be “As we PARE it down…”

    But apart from that, everything looks great. 🙂

  2. By Darren Urban on Mar 19, 2013 | Reply

    DingBatus —

    RE: Mistake

    That’s what I get for trying to rush through the post.

    Community editing. Thanks.

  3. By Dynosoar on Mar 19, 2013 | Reply

    When I read the title, I thought you our guys were going to perform with the symphony. My vote is for the Rhodes forced fumble with Sanders returning for six points.

    Didn’t we have a 108 or 109 yard return this season?

  4. By Dynosoar on Mar 19, 2013 | Reply

    Didn’t know this was the actual pick for today. Just my favortite memory of the season.

    Rhodes’ attack, Sanders’ awareness, Washingtons’ speed to make sure Sanders had that key block, Wolfy sounding like Jesse the Body, Fitzgerald running down the sideline leaping on Sanders’ back first in congratulations and “Prime Time” Sanders showing the play over and over on NFL network as his favorite play of the week.

    This play was the whole package and I’ll miss that defense. Here’s hoping Bowle’s and company can be as exciting productive as Ray’s boys were.

    Can’t wait for the season to begin. Here’s to a game in NY next February!

  5. By D on Mar 19, 2013 | Reply

    No Cribbs, does that mean they will look at Ted Ginn???
    (I would have signed L. Washington for the job, but too late now)

  6. By clssylssy on Mar 20, 2013 | Reply

    OK…what do you have on your “bracketology” as I only see a diagram…or are we suppose to fill it in? Strange but kinda fun, nice fresh idea.
    On a totally different line of thought, how is Mr. Bidwill voting on this proposed rule of running backs not being able to lower their head? That is the most ignorant thing I’ve ever heard and I don’t see why a bunch of trust fund babies get to decide what’s in the best interest of player safety when they aren’t “football guys”
    I read an article by Mike Florio last night that stated that when these kinds of votes were made they needed to get all the “football guys” out of the room! I find that thought, whether a joke or not, not only irresponsible but totally disgusting. I see many coaches are against it, as are players and former players which, to me, speaks volumns. All of these changes to the rules and the way the game is played are only watering the sport down to the point of glorified arena or flag football. I realize the head injury law suit is hanging over their heads however, they should consider the empty stadiums when football no longer is entertaining and fans can watch Pop Warner for free. In the meantime Soccer is picking up momentum and many major cities now have professional Soccer teams that are more exciting than their NFL team (KC Wizards). I hope Mr. B. has the stone to stand up for the players and go against da Fur Goodell!

  7. By Darren Urban on Mar 20, 2013 | Reply

    Clssy —

    RE: Bracketology

    You need to actually click on the link to go to the page. Voting happens there.

  8. By clssylssy on Mar 20, 2013 | Reply

    The return was 102 yards by Toler who is no longer with us:( Way to go guys…another one bites the dust along with Ray and his boys!

  9. By clssylssy on Mar 20, 2013 | Reply

    Darren: No need to comment on the new helmet law afterall as it was a done deal.
    Makes me wonder why the owners are going through the motions having the meeting in Phoenix when what Goodell wants Goodell gets…totally disgusting! The Owners are but mere puppets and a complete joke. I sympathize for the players and fans as we see the sport we have loved all our lives being totally ruined.

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