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Old 12.11.2015, 12:50 PM
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Old 13.11.2015, 01:15 PM
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Too close to call.

The last time the Cards went into the clink with Palmer healthy they won. That was against, arguably, a stronger Hawks team.
But this is still a tough place to go. Nobody can go there expecting to win unless they play at their very, very best. And despite a few wins the Cards of late haven't been as good as they can be.

Should be a nightmare for Cards and Hawks fans alike. But a decent game for the neutral.
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Old 13.11.2015, 01:25 PM
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Would expect the Cardinals to win. Despite two losses they're the best team in the NFC IMO (sorry Panthers!). I think this will be a very good game but low scoring affair - 16-13 Cards.
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Old 13.11.2015, 04:35 PM
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This game will be decided fairly early in my mind and that is all about whether Larry Fitzgerald can find space in Seattle's zone.

If he is successful, Palmer will pick through the Seattle teams with relative ease and the game won't be close. If he can't then Seattle could well grind a win out as the more static QB does help the D-line but it will be an incredibly close game, probably under a FG.
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Old 13.11.2015, 09:17 PM
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Huge game and too close to call.

A cardinals win would give them the division and make it very hard for us to make the playoffs (we would probably need to win 6 of our last 7 including road trips to the Vikings and Cards)

A seahawks win would put us just one game behind the cards and it would be all to play for.

Just a pain that it is on in the middle of the night
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Old 13.11.2015, 09:20 PM
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Huge game and too close to call.

A cardinals win would give them the division and make it very hard for us to make the playoffs (we would probably need to win 6 of our last 7 including road trips to the Vikings and Cards)

A seahawks win would put us just one game behind the cards and it would be all to play for.

Just a pain that it is on in the middle of the night
Of course its a rather polite 17.30 kickoff if you're in Seattle.

The Seahawks O-line has to make a giant leap forward if playoffs are really an option. It may well be that a slightly poorer 2nd half of he year is advantageous for next year.
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Old 13.11.2015, 10:40 PM
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We had similar issues last year when we started 3-3 then were 6-4 with a really tough home stretch, with 2 matches against the 9-1 Cards, 2 against the 49ers who had been in the last two championship games and away to the 7-3 Eagles.

At that point I thought we weren't going to make the play-offs but the cards losing their QB and backup and the 49 imploding along with a good win in Phillie got us No 1 seed.

I am more optimistic of making the play-off than I was last season though I would put it at 50:50.

I do grant however that we need major improvements to the O-line to do anything in the play-offs. I was really excited with Graham coming but he hasn't proved the threat we had hoped and I think the loss of Unger has hurt us more than the gain of Graham and that ignores the loss of a 1st round pick
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Old 16.11.2015, 01:01 AM
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Should be a cracker this, Cards win please
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Old 16.11.2015, 01:31 AM
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Rusell Wilson is such a detestable little weasel, easily one of my most hated players.
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7 minute 16 play drives with no points can't happen Carson.
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