Cardinals Have Missed Bus to This Game

I don’t know exactly what the Cardinals practiced on this week, however whatever it was, it sure wasn’t winning football.

The Cards, at least in the first half, have erased every good thing they did against the Vikings last week.  That is a complete distant memory.  The Cards came out and went against everything I mentioned prior to tonight’s game.

  • They haven’t stopped Frank Gore
  • They have turned the ball over FIVE TIMES
  • They have had too many stupid penalties

The Cardinals do not deserve this game or the NFC West if this is the way they decide to play with the divisional championship on the line.  Bottom line is, this has been ugly and it may not get any better.  They are lucky to only be down 17-0 at halftime.

Looks all that maturity I was talking about was all just a mirage.  Once again, the Cards have proven they can not handle the opportunity to be in the national spotlight.  Looks like the Vikings game was just an off night for the Vikes rather than on night for the Cards.

Scott Allen

Topics: Arizona Cardinals, Frank Gore, Minnesota Vikings, San Fransisco 49ers

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  • Gar

    Kurt Warner is throwing the game tonight. Is he in hot with bookies or what in the hell is going on. There is not a chance in hell that he is not throwing the game. Anyone disagree?

  • roberto zuniga

    now in spanish carajo, siempre vamos a jugar contra 11 jugadores y los arbitros??? ese pase a la yarda uno que atrapo fitzjerald era completo, cuanto tiempo debe de mantaner un jugador la bola para que los pendejos arbitros marquen pase compelto??? y la falta que le hicieron a warner cuando lo tomaron por el “coller” que siempre vamos aceptar que los equipos de arizona sean victimas de esos pendejos arbitros? en vano las llamadas chalnegers valen para pura madres

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