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Old 01-11-2010, 12:34 PM   #211
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^ Yeah, the final score of the Cards-Saints game could be 60-53. It could look like a college basketball score.
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Old 01-11-2010, 12:49 PM   #212
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I couldnt agree more. The WRs and the QB positions were where IMO, the void is the biggest. There is no way the Skins QB or WRs make one of those plays let alone play after play.
I'm agreement with you two. Play after play I marvelled at the skill level and athleticism. But not only that, but the discipline and focus of those guys. Even on defense, the Cards couldn't stop the Pack to save their lives but they came up with the big plays when they needed it.
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Old 01-11-2010, 01:01 PM   #213
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Maybe we can expect another shoot-out Sunday between the Cardinals and NO. Packers vs. Cardinals highest scoring playoff game in NFL history......amazing when you think about how far the Arizona Cardinals have come since their days of being the door-mat of the NFC east. We miss those two almost automatic wins every year.

Kurt Warner is the biggest difference for that team.
I live in AZ now and its funny how many here don't seem to think Leinart will be a dropoff when Warner does retire. Will be some dark days when he is gone.
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Old 01-11-2010, 01:10 PM   #214
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Jeremy Bridges is starting at LT for Arizona!!!!!!!! And played pretty well. WTF????????
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Old 01-11-2010, 01:20 PM   #215
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Jeremy Bridges is starting at LT for Arizona!!!!!!!! And played pretty well. WTF????????
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Well there were a lot of false start non-calls during the Packers' last drive, so in all it there were a lot of terrible non-calls.

That being said, after seeing the replay I don't think there was a facemask, but it could have easily been a hands to the head call. Still, 'Zona made a good defensive play.
I could not agree more.
It was a good no call. The ball came out of QB's hands before the accidental face mask. Plus the DB did not pull or use the hands to the face mask to his advantage in any way. I'm not even sure he knew his hands were on the face mask.
Packers need to let it go.
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Jeremy Bridges is starting at LT for Arizona!!!!!!!! And played pretty well. WTF????????
We can all thank Vinny. Personally I was stunned when we cut him.
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I would assume Buges made the call as to who he wanted to keep on the OL, not Vinny.
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^ Well then, thanks a lot, Buges.
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Old 01-11-2010, 01:57 PM   #220
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Vinny had little to nothing to do with cutting Bridges. That was up to Zorn and Bugel (with significant input from Stump Mitchell and Sherman Smith I'm sure). We can think Vinny for even giving those guys to option to consider Bridges
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We can thank Vinny for the total lack of talent on the line though. Bugel could only work with what Vinny gave him.
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Old 01-11-2010, 03:23 PM   #222
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I thank Vinny for the high blood pressure I developed over the past couple years.
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My brother and I were talking about the athleticism involved, especially in the Packers/AZ game. Those receivers had incredible control over their bodies to keep in bounds, or get turned around to the ball. I know that is players making plays, and I can't remember the last time we saw ONE play in a game from our receivers, let alone on each and every drive in the game.
That's why we need to continue developing Kelly.
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Old 01-11-2010, 04:21 PM   #224
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Yeah I was definitely surprised that we ushered Bridges out when the camp reports said he was doing well.. and the people that we chose to keep over him... so weird.
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Old 01-11-2010, 04:38 PM   #225
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There's also a big difference between Bridges blocking for Kurt Warner and Bridges blocking for Jason Campbell. And this really isn't a knock on Campbell as much as it is praise for Warner. Dude is just redonkulous. His pocket awareness and ability to get rid of the ball at just the right moment is uncanny. He can make even the most routine of linemen look like all-pros.
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