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Posted: 12/16/2012 5:31 PM

I could be wrong, but… 


Not the greatest game to wear a paper bag to the Cardinals game, I'd think.  biggrin
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Posted: 12/16/2012 10:37 PM

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Yeah the Defense stepped up like they have been almost all year and Beanie made his case for continuing to be a great short yardage and goal line back.  

Can't wait to get an upgrade at QB next year either and hopefully improve our Line.  I still think the Offensive coaching staff needs to go for the record 'Fed.

It was a great win and it felt good leaving the stadium tonight biggrin
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Posted: 12/17/2012 2:23 AM

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I am truly glad you enjoyed yourself, Redman.  I hope LUZ and every other Scout.com Arizona Cardinals forum member who made it to the game did as well.  I was a Cardinals ticket holder years ago when I lived in the Phoenix area.  This win came against a beat up, struggling team much like the Cardinals and wasn't anything more than a moral victory, but… the relief it provided Cardinals players was immense.  The looks on their faces as the game ended, Adrian Wilson excepted, was priceless.  I hope we get to hear what was behind Wilson's countenance.  Hopefully, too, we see him doing some incredible physical feat captured for our enjoyment on a youtube.com video.  Hopefully, too, he's careful.  He's getting up there.

It's unfortunate that it takes our OL nearly the entire season to gel, year after year.  There's something wrong with THAT picture.  Nevertheless, *I* believe the Cardinals are on the right track and really aren't THAT far away from competing at a high level.

The mix at QB next season is going to be crucial to Cardinal success.  It's pretty apparent that a team needs TWO capable QB's along with one developing these days.

As always, I intend, and expect, to be a Cardinals optimist.  I'd like to see the Cardinals continue with some form of their current coaching staff and front office.  I believe they're doing a LOT of things right.  I doubt very much that we need to take a step back in order to move forward.  To me, we seem to be SO close on the personnel front.  Any new coach SHOULD be able to take the bulk of this team and compete strongly.  I'd prefer we just stick with Whisenhunt, or alternately, Horton.

As you can perhaps tell, I got to bed WAY too early last night.  Just me an my thoughts roaming about this house right now. biggrin

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Posted: 12/18/2012 7:52 AM

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I was there and it is too bad 15,000 others didnt make it. Alot of empty seats. Nowhere close to a sell out......Too little too late for the Cards as they beat a talented but bad team in Detroit. Amazing what a bad coach can do to a team...
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Posted: 12/18/2012 10:28 AM

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Yeah, I think some fans couldn't sell their tickets and chose not to go and watch an Offense bumble**** around for 3 hrs.  Also Bidwill is notorious for buying tickets to make it a sellout and not have the game blacked out on TV locally and miss making millions of dollars in TV revenue.
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Posted: 12/18/2012 12:02 PM

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I'm not sure why some people even go to NFL games.  I guess they just enjoying the atmosphere.  My family has had Minnesota Vikings tickets forever and we just moved our seats this year because of the continual flow of people up and down the aisle blocking the view.  It used to be just the occasional beer or soda vendor that would obstruct our view now and again.  I'm sure Zygi Wilf or Bill Bidwill don't mind, however.  wink
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