Bills aftermath

Posted by Darren Urban on September 25, 2016 – 6:10 pm

That first possession – the one the Bills had – went pretty well. A three-and-out, a Kevin Minter sack, and the Bills fans were already itchy in their seats.

But as the fruitless possessions for the Cardinals’ offense piled up, the defense couldn’t match. For a chunk of the game, it felt  like many of the East Coast games of Cardinals yesteryear. This was a team that, frankly, hadn’t been part of the Bruce Arians era. At all. Even the NFC Championship game felt like an overwhelming performance by a better team. This just felt like the Cardinals never got into sync.

It’s certainly not where you want to be three games into the season. Carson Palmer and Michael Floyd still don’t seem to be on the same page. The run defense slipped hard, especially when the Cards all but predicted LeSean McCoy and, as a scrambler, Tyrod Taylor, were going to be the key to the Bills’ offense.

Now comes two straight NFC West games in what will be a five-day window. They are crucial, against two teams you expected to find behind you in the division standings. They won’t be if the Cardinals don’t find consistency.

— Not a lot of good in the game. But the Patrick Peterson one-handed interception was an incredible athletic feat.

— Speaking of incredible athletic plays, Tyrann Mathieu made one to force that fumble. If he could have only picked it up. He would’ve scored a touchdown. It could’ve been a one-score game with eight minutes left.

— There are – obviously – some decisions coming on the special teams front. Punter Drew Butler was clearly limping every time he was on the field and when he was headed to the locker room. It would seem likely they’ll need someone to at least fill in a week. The long snapper issue isn’t about injury. The Cardinals never had to worry about the position for the longest time. Mike Leach was as close to perfect as you could get. Kam Canaday is struggling. Arians had already acknowledged it. And with that position, it’s tough to wait out growing pains.

— As they did in the first two games, both Chandler Jones and Markus Golden got a sack. They each have three sacks in three games.

— The Cardinals had no turnovers. Now they have five, including four straight interceptions by Palmer to end the game.

— Painful stat of the day: Beginning with the first drive of the game, when the Bills set the Cards up with a punt and the Cardinals began at the Bills’ 36 and went nowhere, the Cardinals got to the Buffalo 36 or closer seven times but only scored twice.

Then again, most of the stats ended up painful.

LeSean McCoy

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38 Responses to “Bills aftermath”

  1. By Robert on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    i’m at the bar and getting more pissed at the moment..Honey Badger is playing like crap–take him out till hes healthy ANybody coach included can see he has zero explosievness. I said last year that i do NOT like the lack of size of LB’s..they are getting manhandled..Where are the tight ends? 2 back sets? ellington? how many snaps did ellington have? How many throws were directed to TE Niklaus? Their OL left side..where is the ground and pound? Right side and center stink. Palmers are looks tired..glad noone at the bar said anything to me becasue i was so pissed and frustrated, it would have been a problem. After going to the super Bowel to see the cardinals, i said to my friends, that this could be the last time we see the Cardinals in the Super Bowel.

  2. By drblogubc on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    Just watching the Cowboys Bears game. Dak Prescott is so impressive. The 135th overall pick in this year’s draft and at 23 he is likely the future of Dallas. Then there’s 24 year old Trevor Siemian in Denver – a 7th round draft pick in 2015. Four TD passes against the Bengals today. The Super Bowl champs are still contenders because of him. Carson Wentz in Philadelphia. Etc. Etc. The Cardinals stink at many positions but until they get a young, dynamic, mobile quarterback, their offence will continue to be predictable and impotent.

  3. By Steve on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    That was probably the worst I have seen the team play under Arians during the regular season since he took over as head coach. The Cards clearly looked unprepared to play and I have to put that on the coaching staff. I’m glad the season just started and there are still 13 games left to play, so it’s not to late to right the ship but there are issues, the biggest being special teams. Kam Canady sounds like a real nice kid but he’s clearly a liability and should be released provided Keim can find someone else this week. This is also a good opportunity to finally bring in some competition for Drew Butler and hopefully send him packing too. I still believe the offense and defense will work out the rust and get into sync, there’s to much talent on both sides to not improve.

  4. By shane on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    Disappointing game in all fazes . IMO just bad game plan and not enough hart and will . But again im not going to over react at all i believe this team will bounce back and i say that with alot of confidence because i believe Bruce and this team have earned that the last couple of years .

    Also for thos AZ fans that are going to blame Palmer for this game need too really learn football yes he didn’t play his best game but alot of this was on the WRs! Carson puts alot of faith in his guys too know what the play is and were they should be … he throws alot of anticipation passes expecting his WRs to be ready and in the right place .. today they were not .

    One more nugget .. yes this team has high expectations but guess what people this is the NFL were its almost a 50/50 game every sunday . You look around the league today and what did you see ??

    1. the panthers are 1-2 and the biggest reason why is because the NFL MVP cam Newton had just as bad of a game as Carson did at Home . He was 21-31 for like 267 and 3 ints yet i go too there fan page and no panther fans are throwing there Qb Cam under the buss and over reacting like i see so many ” card fans” do at every chance they get .. like really ?? please hop off the bandwagon already no need for that .

    2. the steelers the number 1 team in the nfl as alot of people said last week get beat down 34-3 by a rookie Qb and big ben gets out played by a rookie Qb … yet nobody is bashing him .. they understand its the NFL and its only Week 3 no need to over react .

    3. one more thing the cards have usually started fast the last 5 years .. exactly were has that gotten them in the big picture ? Im not saying is good too start slow but its also much better to start slow and end strong than .. start strong and end slow like last year .. and the year before . So like i said before this team has alot to fix but also alot too look forward too its a long season .. and i have alot of confidence this team will get over this and make them stronger in the long run .

    Go cards

  5. By D on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    Too many players on defense trying to make splash plays. Not mentally strong.
    The offense looks like they only been playing 4 days together not four years.
    The same terrible special teams that has hurt this team for a few years has regressed, except for the 60 yard field goal and PP great one hand catch interception, nothing worth watching for. It appears this team has a bunch of players who only play good in garbage time, not during pressure or critical parts of the game. AQ was over matched. The coaches decision to dress fewer DT when they knew Shady would get plenty of touches didn’t make sense. Our Outside defenders only appeared to care about rushing the QB and not containing the run. They better figure it out soon or all that Off season back slapping will only get them 9 wins this year.

  6. By Infitzwetrust on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    Just remember we were 9-7 an one lucky play by the opposition away from a Superbowl victory. 7 losses in the regular season.

    Last year we were 13-3 (still a possibility for our end record this year) starting off hot only to fizzle out at the end with the near loss to GB and the drumming in Charlotte.

    There’s way too much football left to panic about our record. I’ll take a 10-6 record to end the season with our team peaking at the right time firing on all cylinders versus ending with homefeild advantage only to have Carson pull a 2008 Jake delhomme.

  7. By Canadian Redbird on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    I’m not saying they were the reason we lost the game however the punter and the long snapper have to go. If Arians demands accountability, Butler hasn’t even come close to matching the expectations in the last two years. Even before he was injured , he was averaging well less than 40 yards on his punts. Come on Bruce, set the friendship aside and do whats best for the team. As for Canaday, we could have beat the Patriots with a last second field goal that was missed because of a poor snap. This latest debacle on the field goal attempt in Buffalo that turned into a Bills touchdown should be the signal for change.

  8. By creditcard on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    Seattle exposed the Cards. Green Bay, Carolina exposed it further. The sophistication of the game, is making adjustments after another team(s) made an adjustment to your game. The Cards have made no adjustments, hence getting beat and beat badly.

    Quick passes right behind a blitzing player, running directly at the undersized interior linebackers. The Card offense is painfully predictable. The myriad of anti-special team issues (cannot snap, punt, cover punts, tackle, return punts …), Offensive line is being manhandled. The defensive line is also manhandled.

    I’ve always liked the Giant’s philosophy: Have your best players closest to the ball. Thus the line and QB are the players of importance, not wide receivers.

    I don’t think the Cards are a play-off potential team. Huge disappointment this year.

  9. By Dan on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    Carson Palmer is the weak link in this team

  10. By Chuck 1 on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    Keim’s comments on Monday will be eagerly awaited by fans who were essentially told to lighten up after the Pats game.
    Is “the sky falling”, Steve???
    Nahhhh. 🙂

  11. By dynosoar on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply


    was this a game you were able to make? If so, it’s great to be there, but certainly better if we’d have won.

    My only hope, I remember Kurt Warner throwing this many interceptions in a game and the next week throwing like 97% completion. Highest ever in an NFL game (but he’s still not a Hall of Famer, go figure.)

    It would be sweet if Palmer bounces back like Warner did.

  12. By dynosoar on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply


    a bit off topic from this game, what are your thoughts of Josh Dobbs, QB for Tennessee?

    I kept hoping our Cardinals would have a comeback like my Vols did against the Gators. Down 21, then scored 38 unanswered point. The victory was oh so sweet. I was hoping our Cards would do the same.

  13. By Kevin S Mesa on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    The stat line will make someone who didn’t watch the game think Palmer played horribly, but at the end he was just forcing it to try to get us back in it.

    No, the game was lost much earlier than that. I mean, when McCoy lines up in the wildcat and we don’t even alter our defense, what’s up with that? Do we really think he’s going to throw the ball?

    And two delay of game penalties, plus we would’ve had a third but got saved by Buffalo calling a time out. One of those delay of games, if I recall, was after a PENALTY for Pete’s sake. You have all the time in the world to figure out your next play while the refs are announcing the penalty and marking off the yards, and yet you can’t get the next play off in time?

    And of course, the other time, it took us from 4th and 2 to 4th and 7. And then we tried to kick a FG and instead it turned into a Buffalo TD. 10 point swing on that play, but possibly a 14 point swing if we had actually gotten a play off on 4th and 2.

    That’s just inexcusable for a supposedly well-coached professional football team to have multiple delay of game penalties. That’s something the Browns do, or maybe old Cardinal teams.

  14. By Kevin S Mesa on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    And by the way, as great as the Peterson INT was, it hardly even counts as a turnover. We’re probably better off if he doesn’t make the play — it would’ve been 4th and forever and the Bills would’ve punted. I think after the INT we were on the 10. I’d have taken my chances on the punt.

  15. By birdwatcher on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    Sad to see our Red Birds regress. Its impressive to see a team like the PATS play with 3rd stringers and still have the focus and execution of a Championship team even though they have already won multiple Rings. I have been a long time Cards fan and will continue to be but I only wish that maybe we were not so stubborn and actually fed upon the weakness of other teams similar to the PATS. It appears we are always trying to impose our will and if things do not go as planned we continue our stubborn streak. That is what did Coach Whiz in. I am just saying if Butler was hurt why do we not have someone like Stanton practicing holding for kicks? If teams are taking away our deep threats why are we not running more screens with the elusive runners we have like Ellington, John Brown, and the Johnsons? I may be way off base but the PATS have coaching that caters their game plan specifically to their opponents weaknesses and actually execute a game plan built to exploit it. They may run 50 times in one game or pass 50 times the next and have the players who appear to always be hungry and don’t have to worry much about let downs. Again they for instance have won multiple rings yet they came in with backs ups to beat us at home? Are they the more talented team or simply the more mature and better prepared? I think coach BA is a very good coach and will get this turned around but I think we as fans also have to be a bit honest with what we are seeing? After all BA says brutal honesty is a good thing. The question is are the players and coaches being brutality honest with themselves or are the Bills/Pats simply superior teams? Or are we just too stubborn and enamored with only one way of doing things and other teams are catching on but we may be too stubborn to change our plans of attack both on Defense and or Offense? At 1-2 we are not even a winning team so maybe now is the perfect time to reflect?

  16. By dan on Sep 25, 2016 | Reply

    Carson Rosey Palmer looks like a bum……should have drafted Dak Prescott, looks like Keim missed another “Russel Wilson”.

  17. By Amir on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    Synonyms from Thesaurus:

    Dave McGinnis Cardinals
    2016 Cardinals at Bills

  18. By Joball on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    Limping or not.. butler needs to go. 3 years overdue.

  19. By jetstreamgreen81 on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    One word describes this team so far. PATHETIC! Also Unprepared, Lazy, Heartless, I could go on and on. 1) If Bruce scipts the 1st 30 plays, he needs a different script. You can’t throw it deep every other play and surprise the defense. 2) If you are gonna kick a 60 yard fg, why didn’t they try a 54 yarder on the first drive? 3) Everyone knew that they were gonna run and run and run and run and they didn’t look like they knew what was coming.4) David Johnson is a beast and it shouldn’t take until the 6th drive to get him more than one touch a drive. Enough complaining but they need to change the script and run the damn ball and feed the beast and actually play some defense instead of reading their press clippings. You saw what the Rams did to Tampa Bay so that should tell you something about Tampa and not us.

  20. By Eric G on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    Why haven’t I seen news headlines yet that Canaday has been released? He is horrible and I still don’t understand how he was the best long snapper when there should have been someone coming from the FBS.

    That was just pitiful to watch and the Cards cost me a bottle of bourbon. Just plain horrible. Arians needs to get rid of the 30 scripted plays idea if that is how they are going to perform. Seriously, 2 freaking yards in the first quarter?????

    I’m flying from Philly to San Fran to watch the game next Thursday in person (got regular price tickets last week because the game wasn’t sold out yet) and the Cardinals had better freaking show up and win that game to extend it to a two game win streak.

  21. By Hammy on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    This one was a serious GUT PUNCH!!! A team that we should have beat once again we dont find a way to win. The way we are playing does not get you to the Superbowl; hell this doesnt even get you to the playoffs. Since BA and Keim have taken over the past 4 years have been great for a long suffering franchise. That said I believe we will learn from this one and play Cardinals football. Palmer had nothing open in the first half. I think the best way to win games is to run heavy with Johnson and Johnson, run spread offense with at least 4 wideouts and try the hurry up offense to establish momentum early. Not time to panic yet but if we lose against the Rams, its gonna be a tough hill to climb.Where is Michael Floyd? Is this a contract year for him? He needs to show up!

    Darren do you think we bring back Danny Dillon (Long Snapper) from training camp? or just stick with the struggling Kam Cannady?

  22. By Darren Urban on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    Hammy —

    RE: Long snapper

    Don’t known if it would be Dillon. But at this point, I would be surprised if there was not a change.

  23. By Scott H on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    Well, we can start with painful…because that’s what yesterday was. Three hours of painful. And this team – a team that was supposed to be a SB contender – is now 2-4 in the last 6 games they have played. One of the wins was shaky and totally up in the air until Fitz put the team on his back and took the game over. The other was against a team that imploded by turning it over 5 times. Granted, we did what a good team is supposed to do when that happens.

    The 4 losses have been horrific. We were blown out in 3 of them. And as Bill Parcells once said – you are what your record says you are. But take a closer look….what do we look more like right now – the team that went 13-3 last year or the team that is 2-4 in their last 6 games? Unfortunately, it’s a rhetorical question. We are the latter. And we look like a team that is in trouble.

    Normally, I pay close attention to what Seattle is doing, whether they win or lose. Right now, that doesn’t even matter. Because the Cardinals are such a mess, they don’t belong in ANY discussion of winning a division, making the playoffs, etc. They have problems on many levels and don’t look like they know how to fix any of it.

    Hate to say it, but as many others were suggesting on the previous blog, there is now no way NOT to call into question issues of personnel decisions, preparation, and coaching. Because the talent appears to be there, to a point where some felt the Cardinals had the most talented roster in the NFL coming into this season. I would not have argued with that. But even if we didn’t have THE most talented roster, even if we were merely among the most talented teams coming in…..the perception and the reality are just SO disparate right now.

    We shouldn’t be 1-2 after these 3 games, but…..whatever. 1-2 doesn’t put you in a crater that you can’t get out of if you start taking care of business. But….is this team looking to anyone right now like a team that can take care of business??? Again, the question is rhetorical. NO, THEY DO NOT. They look like team that the wheels are starting to come off of.

    How the hell did this happen?

  24. By clssylssy on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    I can see that Special Teams is going to be the Scapegoat for this one when, in fact, the problem starts a little higher up. You don’t have this much talent and get crushed by the #31 ranked team coached by Tweedle Dumb and Tweedle Dumber unless you have a serious problem with those responsible for preparing and putting the product out. BA is not himself but looks like a cardboard cutout somebody placed on the sideline holding a cue card. I thought he would challenge that reception before Shady’s first TD b/c the receiver didn’t really have control of the ball and that’s something he would normally catch?
    Shady McCoy has been around forever, has hurt us more than once, and by now you would think that SOMEBODY would make sure he was covered so tight he couldn’t breath, let alone run the field! We knew Tyrod Taylor was mobile but where was our pass rush and hot shot defense? Our secondary was running around like they had never seen a football field and our D-line was swiss cheese.
    We are not blocking on offense and Carson continues to look like he is in a coma, making repetitive throws to non-existent receivers, with the flat affect of someone who has no interest in his job and is suffering burnout or is mentally site seeing at Niagra Falls.
    The worse part is, that I think nobody really believed the win at home last week was real and representative of who this team is this year. Except for a few, there wasn’t the same enthusiastic chatter on Friday, that there normally is before a game, but more an air of foreboding.
    We’ve put all our egges in the Palmer basket and he needs to pull his head out and remember he committed to doing a job. PP is NOT the icon Prince and one nice catch does not a legend make; I’d settle for him just being the kind of mature leader we no longer have on defense.
    Unless we get a miracle, the Rams defense are going to KILL US next week at home.
    Apparently, BA didn’t warn our young newbies about that elevator ride that has become all too familiar. Welcome to the outhouse boys!

  25. By wonderingwhy on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    Really? To the Bills? Cmon man. After a great season last year I guess the team deserves a season off?????? WTF…

  26. By dkerry5242 on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    Time to replace the Long snapper and punter. To important of positions to make mistakes. Palmer is starting to look his age and that’s too bad. Where was the defense on the running plays, not prepared. If we let Seattle finish ahead of us in the Division I don’t think we will make the playoffs. Who would think that Dallas would be 2-1 and us at 1-2. What looked like a very promising season is now looking shakey.

  27. By jwcrupi on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    Looking ahead there are a number of teams on our schedule that will also embarrass us like the Bills did of the lines, both offense and Defense do not get it together and then we will end of up with Stanton being exposed for the horrible backup that he is…Rams, 49ers, Jets, Seahawks, Panthers, 49ers, Vikings…in that order. With a repeat of the performance of the lines and ST’s, along with Palmer’s inaccuracy and Floyd’s slippery hands… could be a long season considering the expectations

  28. By faster on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    24 (!!!) experts liked my opinion about the cards special teams, not.

    experts, try this one:

    now i would like another bunch of likes, not, lol.

    and about carson palmer, i only watched the first three quarters ( a torture, by the way) but i wonder if david johnson need a GPS watch.
    please, get kerwynn williams back.

  29. By Joe C. on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    Is there a head coach in waiting? Think we can get to 8-8? On a serious note I think we’re missing Rashad Johnson.

  30. By Tradersbrain on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    This will be a turning point for this team (hate to say it so early in the season). Rex and Palmer have a long history, dating back to when Palmer QB’d the Bengals and Rex DC’d the Ravens. I believe Palmer’s QB rating against Rex lead defenses is somewhere in the high 30s historically, so I’m not too surprised about his play, but the rest of the team ???? Just amazing. Great teams always make it close (i.e. Patriots). Obviously, this is not a great team – yet. Let’s hope for the best. Not jumping ship this early in the season.

  31. By John faile on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    I’m not going to re-hash too much about my and everyone else’s disappointment in the Cards performance in this game, and really, all year. I’m curious; I’m just wondering if anyone else thinks that part of the problem is Goodwin’s play calling. Since BA has given him that duty the play calling, in my opinion has become erratic and predictable. This happened in GB last year and the Packer offense got better when McCarthy resumed play calling again. Maybe it’s time for BA to come to the realization that this experiment isn’t working and resume doing what he’s always done best.

  32. By Kevin S Mesa on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    I mentioned after the TB game that, while the score was a blowout, it was closer than it appeared. TB moved the ball decently against us, but we got all the turnover breaks.

    In this game, we didn’t get those breaks. Yeah, I know, Palmer had several INT’s very late, but we were highly unlikely to come back then unless there was a miracle. It was the fact that BEFORE that, Buffalo had several fumbles, but recovered none of them — including the one where Mathieu dribbled the ball all the way from the hash mark to the sideline. Peterson’s INT, while a great play, doesn’t even really count as a turnover since the Bills would’ve punted anyway and likely we would’ve gotten comparable field position.

    NE beat us despite our getting two turnovers in their territory. We routed TB but we were +5 in TO’s that game. Here, we didn’t force any real turnovers (Peterson’s INT doesn’t count) and got whooped.

    We’re supposed to have a dominating offense, not one that can only put up points when we’re forcing turnovers on defense. But we can’t keep drives going.

    And the “chunk” play philosophy is getting called out by national commentators. We moved the ball well when Palmer went for short passes. Now, was that because Buffalo had such a big lead that they were in prevent defense mode? I don’t know. But certainly it was better than when we went for a 30-yard play on first and 10 (incomplete), then predictably ran on 2nd down for 2 yards, and then had third and long and didn’t convert, which seemed like how many of our drives went.

    Even our impressive, extended 17-play TD drive or whatever it was would’ve been over if a Bill hadn’t stupidly ripped Palmer’s helmet off when he was already going down. That was 3rd and long if I remember right, so we’d have been punting.

    I still can’t believe that 2nd and a foot turned into 4th and 7 after getting stuffed twice and a delay of game penalty. Totally different game if we keep that drive going.

  33. By John The Draft Guy on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    John Faile;


    BA does the playcalling. He only allowed Goodwin to call plays in the 1st, 2nd and 4th preseason games.

    The erratic play calling…….. Well, that is all BA.

  34. By Richard S on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    (1) I wasn’t up for this game either. 10 minutes till game time and I realize the games about to come on.
    (2) Don’t run the ball out of the endzone on the kickoff. Take it at the 25 yard line. It sure beats inside your own 20.
    (3) Enough for the 7 long bombs a game. All they did was waste a down and since the Pat’s showed how to defense the Cards, the defenders are deep. Double coverage on the downfield shots. The other teams are wise to the Cards modus operandi. Like a hitter in MLB when the pitcher adjusts to them, the batter needs to adjust.
    (4) Jaron needs more PT and so does Chris Johnson.
    (5) The long snapper didn’t cost the Cards the game. He only put the nail in the coffin.
    (6) Not good to have your punter injured. Maybe the IR awaits. Surely there’s someone out there who can boot the ball more than 20 yards.

    The Bills were sure fired up for the game. I didn’t see the enthusiasm in the Big Red.

  35. By John The Draft Guy on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply



    Watched him only once this year and thought, this guy is a good college QB. Just exactly what you try to recruit, but in no way, do I see him as a Pro QB.

    Someone will draft him and think he could be very good. But I see him as a poor mans RG3. He is in a spread offense, so the reads are simple and his athletic ability is superior in college. Not so in the Pros. He went get broken up in the pros and have issues picking up a pro offense.

    Although there is a buzz and I could be wrong, he is not my guy.

  36. By John faile on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    I have been listening to everyone’s opinion from these so called expert analysts to the players to BA, and I think if the Cards calm down and just get back to the little things that worked so well for the last three years the offense will be fine. I think Carson is just in a slump right now. He’s pressing. Much like a pitcher in a slump, he will get out of it; and sooner than later. He knows the urgency, but he’s right, there are still 13 games left, and I believe we will see a different team next week vs the Rams. We are too good. Carson isn’t over the hill and I think we will correct the run defense. My biggest concern is with Shipley, he’s not getting the job done at center .Hopefully, we’ll get Mathis back next week at RG and at some point I hope we’ll get something out of Nkemdiche, if he ever gets healthy, and I think we should give Boehm a chance at center.

  37. By CARDS62 on Sep 26, 2016 | Reply

    JTDG – Ohio State and Tennessee are my two favorite college teams so I watch them a lot and I think you are 100% right on Dobbs, but do me a favor and watch the Clemson and Louisville game this Saturday and let me know what you think of these 2 signal callers.

    We have got to get our offense going and I just can not believe we are having so many problems on offense.

    Go Cards!

  38. By Eazy E on Nov 1, 2016 | Reply

    Humble Pie

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