Nine Observations About the Cardinals-Ravens Game

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After the first half, I really thought I’d be writing a happier report about the Cardinals game against the Ravens.  Alas, it was not meant to be, as the Cardinals squandered a 21-point advantage and suffered yet another loss in a season that has completely unraveled at this point.

Here are some observations:

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  • clssylssy

    It goes without saying that the Cardinals would have loved to have Q as the other half of the receiving tandum, and fans were happy to see Q have a good game…maybe he got some of the payback Bidwell shorted him on. If the Cards are going to lose I’d rather lose to the Ravens; they are a quality team, loaded with future HOFs and worthy opponents. Kolb and Flaaco seem to be evenly matched, the difference is the people Flaaco has around him make him look better and they have the staying power lacking in a young team like the Cards. The Cards gave the Ravens a good game and had Raven fan’s heart pounding. FLY HIGH CARDS!

  • clssylssy

    It goes without saying that the Cardinals would have loved to have Q as the other half of the receiving tandum, and fans were happy to see Q have a good game…maybe he got some of the payback Bidwell shorted him on. If the Cards are going to lose I’d rather lose to the Ravens; they are a quality team, loaded with future HOFs and worthy opponents. Kolb and Flaaco seem to be evenly matched, the difference is the people Flaaco has around him make him look better and they have the staying power lacking in a young team like the Cards. The Cards gave the Ravens a good game and had Raven fan’s heart pounding. FLY HIGH CARDS!