Palmer playing versus Rams

Posted by Darren Urban on December 8, 2013 – 12:52 pm

The (not unexpected) news: Quarterback Carson Palmer is playing today with his right elbow injury. Again, coach Bruce Arians said Friday that was probably going to happen. Also active, RB Andre Ellington, TE Rob Housler (who suffered a hip injury late in the week) and WR Michael Floyd. All good signs in a must-win for the Cardinals today against the Rams.

The inactive list:

— WR Brittan Golden

— QB Ryan Lindley

— RB Ryan Williams

— G Earl Watford

— LB Dontay Moch

— DE Ronald Talley

— TE Kory Sperry

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9 Responses to “Palmer playing versus Rams”

  1. By Rick on Dec 8, 2013 | Reply

    Anybody else notice that eagles are being favored again by refs??? Two bs calls on lions led to eagles touch downs. The refs need to be investigated.

  2. By kyle on Dec 8, 2013 | Reply

    GO Cards!! Carson u need to take it easy with ur injury hopefully Michael floyd getting back will help

  3. By Chuck 1 on Dec 8, 2013 | Reply

    Good offensive game plan and results so far (at half).
    Apparently, BA and Goowin (sp?) have devised a way to keep Palmer from being sacked by Quinn and Long (so far).
    Does anyone else notice that Powers is being targeted and has yielded several completions?

  4. By Eric G on Dec 8, 2013 | Reply

    I think I speak for every Cards fan when i ask for a Matthieu update ASAP please.

  5. By Darren Urban on Dec 8, 2013 | Reply

    Eric G —

    RE: Mathieu

    For immediate updates, follow my Twitter feed (

  6. By Dynosoar on Dec 8, 2013 | Reply

    10:44 left to play and the Rams are on their 1 yard line. Has there ever been two safeties in one game? Man, that would be awesome.

    Congratulations! to Denver #5 for a record 64 yard field goal.

    Karlos, a pick six is huge man.

    Palmer, 88% completion so far, 1 TD, 280+ yards and no interceptions.

    Larry is 4 yards shy of a 100 yard game. Oh I’d love to see him get a hundred yards and another multiple touchdown game.

  7. By clssylssy on Dec 9, 2013 | Reply

    Amazing game! I, for one think Palmer is worth having around despite his errors the guy is TOUGH and stays focused. While I was suspect of the “game time decision” at first, that is because he is so tough and keeps on ticking without any complaints; sure hope he continues to lead this team to victory by twenty points for the remaining games lol! Larry was the old Fitz with that million dollar smile yesterday which was great to see and Karlos was on fire. Peterson looked the best he’s looked all year and EVERYBODY contributed and acted like they were having the time of their life. It was a great victory at a high cost in the injury of Tyrann Mathieu, and I hope he knows how loved he his by his Cardinal family and that he is in everyone’s prayers. He has had a great rookie year, is an amazing player and has a bright future ahead (saw where one of the Panthers is playing at a high level after 3 ACL surguries courtesy of Dr. Andrews). It sucks that “through our sufferings we become stronger”–seems like some people are tested more than others! GREAT JOB TEAM, COACHES & BIRDGANG!!! …and YES, i thought the reffing in the Eagles game was very much in favor of the Eagles and the young prince who “had never thrown an interception” which we all know is a crock! LET’S KEEP ON PLAYING LIKE THE WINNERS WE CAN BE AND FINISH STRONG!

  8. By Eric G on Dec 9, 2013 | Reply


    Sorry, I just don’t do twitter, or facebook or anything else.

  9. By Darren Urban on Dec 9, 2013 | Reply

    Eric G —

    RE: Twitter

    Understood. But that’s where the immediate updates will usually be. You can follow updates on Twitter without signing up. It’s just another web page, just like this one.

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