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Watch: Marshawn Lynch Goes Beast Mode On Cardinals

Marshawn Lynch has done it again. During the 4th quarter of Sunday night’s game against the Arizona Cardinals, Lynch went full beast mode on a 79-yard touchdown run. Here’s the play. While this probably isn’t as good as his 67-yard TD run in the Seahawks 2011 Wild Card game against the Saints, it’s certainly his most exciting run since. Seattle ended up blowing out the...
Via Standing O Sports
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Keim: Fitzgerald's cap number 'baked' into Cardinals' budget

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Just before the Cardinals kicked off with the Seahawks on Sunday night at University of Phoenix Stadium, profootballtalk.com, citing a source, reported that the Cardinals would not release receiver Larry Fitzgerald after this season, even though he carries a $23.6 million salary cap number.  General Manager Steve Keim responded Monday morning during his weekly radio...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
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Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals: 3 Things We Learned

For the Seattle Seahawks, Santa Claus came early when they found out that they would be facing a third string quarterback in Ryan Lindley on Sunday night.Predictably, the Cardinals struggled to do anything on the offensive side of the ball.The Seahawks' offense was efficient against a tough Cardinals defense. Because of their defense, however, Russell Wilson and the offense don...
Via Football Nation
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals: The Amazing Season That Almost Was

It’s a damn shame. Everybody loves a good underdog story and the Arizona Cardinals were so close to doing the near impossible and stealing the NFC West Division crown away from the defending Super Bowl Champions. But not every story can have a fairy tale ending. In the case of the Cardinals, the ending of their story – at least to this part – could not have gone worse. This...
Via Standing O Sports
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Seahawks take over NFC West, in pole position for home field advantage

The Seattle Seahawks have removed all doubt about who is the best team in the NFC, and with all due respect to Green Bay, they eventually will have to play the No. 1 defense so giving them a few weeks of glory isn't prudent. Granted the Arizona Cardinals entered the game with Ryan Lindley at quarterback, but the trail of bodies before this game indicated it was going to be one...
Via 60 Max Power O
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Seattle could be back in Arizona for Super Bowl

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) The way they are playing, the Seattle Seahawks could well be back in Arizona in a month or so. The Super Bowl will be played in the same stadium where the Seahawks dominated the Cardinals 35-6 on Sunday night. ''I had a freaking blast tonight,'' Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. Seattle won its fifth in a row with a record-breaking offensive performance and a...
Via AP on Fox
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

Deflating loss to Seahawks brings Cardinals back to reality

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Scientists told us early Sunday that this would be longest night in earth's history. It sure felt that way to Cardinals fans after Seattle's 35-6 win at University of Phoenix Stadium. You knew in your head that it was too much to ask erstwhile Chargers' practice squad quarterback Ryan Lindley to lead Arizona to victory in the most important game of the season at...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Tweet of the Game: Ryan Lindley’s Bible

We look for other tweets to be the Tweet of the Game but this time we had one of our own that was too good to pass up. Unlike his passing game, Lindley’s Bible actually has Numbers. — cover32 Cardinals (@cover32_ARI) December 22, 2014 If something tops it, we’ll do another one of these posts later. You may also be interested in: Tweet of the Game: Ryan Lindley’s Bible...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

RECAP: Seahawks Thump Cardinals 35-6, Seize NFC West Lead

After this game, the Arizona Cardinals should feel about as sick as Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch did before this game. The Seattle running back was dealing with some sort of stomach issue that kept him out of the game for the entire first quarter. Lynch got on the field in the second and ran for 113 yards and two touchdowns as Seattle dominated Arizona 35-6 Sunday night at...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
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Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson single-handedly slays Arizona Cardinals

The Seattle Seahawks clobbered the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday Night Football and won 35-6, which doesn’t even begin to tell the story of how badly the Cardinals got dominated. Here’s our recaps and awards: MVP – Russell Wilson Remember when we were asking what was wrong with Wilson and when would he turn it around? It seems like a long time ago. When the calendar flipped Wilson...
Via cover32
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Marshawn Lynch goes Beast Mode on Cardinals' defense

Marshawn Lynch's upset stomach might have sidelined him for the first quarter of Sunday night's game against the Arizona Cardinals. It didn't prevent him from putting together a sick touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Lynch, running up the sideline, broke a Patrick Peterson and Rashad Johnson tackle and raced upfield for the score. It's a touchdown reminiscent of the legendary...
Via Fox Sports
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Marshawn Lynch Touchdown Run Against Cardinals Was Absurd

Marshawn Lynch went beast mode on a 79-yard touchdown run against the Arizona Cardinals.
Via Gamedayr
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Report: Cardinals won't cut Fitzgerald despite big salary cap hit

Even at age 31, Larry Fitzgerald would be a welcome addition on many NFL teams. Unfortunately for those teams, it looks like he's not going anywhere soon. The Arizona Cardinals will not release their All-Pro wide receiver despite the fact he will cost them $23.6 million in salary-cap space next season, a source told Pro Football Talk on Sunday night. Fitzgerald signed a restructured...
Via Fox Sports
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Cardinals Won’t Cut Larry Fitzgerald Despite $23.6M Cap Hit

Even at the age of 31, Larry Fitzgerald would be a welcome addition on many NFL teams. Unfortunately for those teams, it looks like he’s not going anywhere soon. The Arizona Cardinals do not plan on releasing their All-Pro wide receiver despite the fact that he will cost them $23.6 million in cap space next season, a source told Pro Football Talk on...
Via NESN.com
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Why the Cardinals Should Cut Larry Fitzgerald

View image | gettyimages.com According to multiple sources, the Cardinals will not cut Wide Receiver Larry Fitzgerald.  While this may seem an obvious move to some, it becomes quite questionable when you consider that Fitzgerald will eat up 23.6 million dollars in cap money this upcoming season. This upcoming season, the salary cap will be set at 133 million dollar, which is...
Via TopSportsReport
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Richard Sherman Takes Shot At Patrick Peterson In Pregame Interview

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman got a nice shot in on Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson during a pregame interview.
Via Gamedayr
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Antonio Cromartie Player Intro Hypes Florida State, Trolls Everyone Else

Antonio Cromartie used his player introduction to hype his alma mater Florida State.
Via Gamedayr
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Antonio Cromartie Hypes Florida State In Player Intro, Trolls Everyone Else

Antonio Cromartie hyped FSU in his player intro for "Sunday Night Football."
Via Gamedayr
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Cardinals Will Not Release WR Larry Fitzgerald In Offseason

The Arizona Cardinals will either pay Larry Fitzgerald or pay him, but they won’t release their all time leading pass catcher. Mike Florio just reported that the Cardinals WILL NOT release Larry Fitzgerald in the offseason. Can't possibly have him back at that cap $ — Vincent Frank (@VincentFrankNFL) December 22, 2014 The Cardinals can’t possibly bring him back for the...
Via Thacover2
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Cardinals Will Not Release WR Larry Fitzgerald In Offseason

The Arizona Cardinals will either pay Larry Fitzgerald or pay him, but they won’t release their all time leading pass catcher. Mike Florio just reported that the Cardinals WILL NOT release Larry Fitzgerald in the offseason. Can't possibly have him back at that cap $ — Vincent Frank (@VincentFrankNFL) December 22, 2014 The Cardinals can’t possibly bring him back for the...
Via BlackSportsOnline
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals Have No Plans To Release Larry Fitzgerald, Despite His $23.6M Cap Figure

Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, citing a source with knowledge of the situation, reports that the Arizona Cardinals have no plans to release WR Larry Fitzgerald, despite his sizable cap figure of $23.6 million. Florio mentions that there is a chance that Fitzgerald could be traded next year, restructure his contract, or possibly even negotiate a contract extension that could...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Arizona's QB Stanton, 2 Seattle o-linemen out for game

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) Arizona quarterback Drew Stanton was inactive for the Cardinals' game Sunday night against the Seattle Seahawks. Stanton, who sprained his knee against St. Louis 10 days ago, practiced on a limited basis Thursday and had been listed as doubtful for the game. Coach Bruce Arians had called Stanton a game-time decision but said the best he would be was a backup...
Via AP on Fox
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Sherman: Patrick Peterson would be benched on Seahawks

Richard Sherman continued his trash talking war with Patrick Peterson ahead of the Sunday night game between the Seahawks and Cardinals. In the latest edition of the trash talk between the two, Sherman said the Arizona star cornerback’s performance this season would likely have him benched in Seattle. Sherman spoke with NBC’s Bob Costas ahead...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals: Just win, baby

There is much at stake for the Bird Gang today. With a win against Seattle (10-4), the Arizona Cardinals (11-3) clinch the NFC West, the top seed in the NFC, and home-field throughout the playoffs. But with a loss to the Seahawks, the Cardinals fall to the five-seed. Arizona would then need a win against the nothing-to-play-for 49ers in week 17, in addition to a Seattle loss home...
Via isportsweb.com
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

PREVIEW: Can the Arizona Cardinals Clinch Homefield?

The Arizona Cardinals battle the Seattle Seahawks tonight in the game that will likely decide the NFC West and have ramifications all over the NFC Playoff picture. In short, if Arizona wins they wrap up the NFC West and the homefield advantage for the playoffs. If Seattle wins, the teams will be tied on top of the division but Seattle will hold the tiebreaker as they will have swept...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
1 day ago  |  Discuss
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