Hall Apparently Ready for Seattle Noise

SAN DIEGO - OCTOBER 3: Quarterback Max Hall of the Arizona Cardinals throws a pass against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium on October 3, 2010 in San Diego, California. The Chargers won 41-10. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

It's one thing to practice and prepare.  It's another to go out and perform in the real thing.  Arizona Cardinals quarterback Max Hall has said he is ready to deal with the noise he will face against the Seattle Seahawks in Seattle, affectionately dubbed "False Start Field".

Ok, I'll buy it until I see it proven otherwise.

With Seattle's Qwest Field ranked number one in offensive false starts in the NFL, Hall will face a tough crowd.  However, I found out today that University of Phoenix Stadium is number two.  Of course Hall doesn't have much experience there either, but he should know how loud it can get.

What Hall can't let happen is allow the crowd noise to get into his head and once a mistake is made, don't use the crowd noise as an excuse.  Publicly I know he never would admit it, but inside if things go south, you'd have to think Hall has decided the crowd noise was too much for him and would explain away a bad game.

As I mentioned the other day, in order to stay out trouble and not let the crowd get into the game, a balanced attack in the running and passing game is necessary.  I realize Seattle's rushing defense is ranked second in the NFL, but that still shouldn't sway the Cards from allowing Beanie Wells to run at will.

Wells ran great against Seattle last season.  Seattle is a little banged up.  This is a good time to give the ball to Beanie 18-20 times.  I also realize the San Francisco 49ers Frank Gore only managed 38 yards in the season opener against the Seahawks.

Let's have faith in Hall and believe him when he says he's ready.  I just sure hope he has faith in his words and backs them up on the field on Sunday.

Topics: "False Start Field", Arizona Cardinals, Beanie Wells, Frank Gore, Max Hall, Qwest Field, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, University Of Phoenix Stadium

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  • thunderchicken pride

    max hall is as dumb as they come all thunderchicken fans have read this by now and this game will define his short career. i dont care if we have a thunder chicken on our helmet or a naked girl(hey what an idea) if you arizona tweety birds oh im sorry i had to make up some lame name for your team cuz its so so fun. meet me back here to see how the game turned out, max hall should use the two weeks to get ready for this game because he will be laying on his back for most of this game what a joke of a rookie. calling out fans that he might have had a chance to win the game if they got ahead early but now the fans will not be quite the whole game. STUPID

  • thunderchicken pride

    max hall is as dumb as they come all thunderchicken fans have read this by now and this game will define his short career. i dont care if we have a thunder chicken on our helmet or a naked girl(hey what an idea) if you arizona tweety birds oh im sorry i had to make up some lame name for your team cuz its so so fun. meet me back here to see how the game turned out, max hall should use the two weeks to get ready for this game because he will be laying on his back for most of this game what a joke of a rookie. calling out fans that he might have had a chance to win the game if they got ahead early but now the fans will not be quite the whole game. STUPID

  • Finley

    You are saying that University of Phoenix is the number two most disruptive stadium in the NFL. No way, don’t try to elevate you guys to that status. I’ve been to games there, it’s very average. No body worries about playing in Phoenix.