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 Post subject: Pump the breaks guys...
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Seahawks didnt win the game, the CArdinals lost it. :sarcasm_off:

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They played down to our level.

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I thought you were serious when i read the thread title.

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They did lay down and get punked. Not our problem.

We got some reps for the backups. Perfect Game.

Oh Yeah, Walter Thurmond.....keep it up.

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Why the run up though? That seemed personal! I'll take it any way I can get it.

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We didn't really run it up. It just looked like it cause the Cards played horribly.


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sturg78 wrote:
We didn't really run it up. It just looked like it cause the Cards played horribly.

Yeah. If they can't stop our backups, what else can we do? Start taking knees with 10 minutes left?

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Cardinals totally beat themselves today and the Hawks did nothing to deserve this win.

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another touchdown im sweating whoo!!
another touchdown im sweating whoo!!

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Lol, as far as pouring it on, what were we supposed to do run up the gut every play since about 6 minutes to go in the 2nd quarter.

3rd and 6, just hand it off again. Wisenhunt could have handed the ball off and let time elapse, but he was trying to break the shutout. He's culpable in the lopsided score more than Pete.

I also agree with trying to get some game time for Flynn, Kearse, and all these back-up guys that might come into play at a later date. If you can't stop the backups, I don't know what to tell you, but the Cards shouldn't be mad at Pete, they should be mad at themselves.


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Although I take nothing away from our guys, because this was a complete domination in all three phases (offense, defense and special teams), and the turnovers were as much a credit to our effort as their suckage, but I think that was one of my favorite stats...they went in at +7 takeaways and ended the game at 0 takeaways for the season.

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When I say run up I was referring to having DB in there and Flynn going for the end zone with two minutes to go instead of just keeping it on the ground. I feel for Larry Fitzgerald right now man. No way to end a career.

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Evil_Shenanigans wrote:
When I say run up I was referring to having DB in there and Flynn going for the end zone with two minutes to go instead of just keeping it on the ground. I feel for Larry Fitzgerald right now man. No way to end a career.


Fitz held the Cards hostage during negotiations and forced them to make a bad trade to get Kolb before he would sign.
Fitz lobbied for the Cards to draft Michael Floyd instead of drafting an area of DESPERATE NEED.
Fitz has gotten EVERYTHING he wanted.
I feel more sorry for the GM that has had to pander to Fitz instead of making the team better.


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