1 – Despite the many mental mistakes, the Cards was still in the game until the last second. That is absolutely a positive. 2 – It is a good idea to play to your strength. How did Kyler Murray only have five rushes? 3 – When you play another team two time in such a short time, I believe that coaching is bigger than usual. The Seahawks’ coaches had obviously used the time better than the Cards’. 4 – Angelo Blackson was fine moving to nose tackle instead of Corey Peters. It was obviously a huge loss to be without Peters, but again, Blackson played okay. 5 – The offense is simply more fun to watch when Fitzgerald gets involved a lot. Not that it is necessarily more effective, though, but more fun. 6 – Kenyan Drake had a bad game, but to be fair, the Seahawks had eight man or more in the box on 55% of the plays. 7 – Interesting idea from Vance Joseph to deploy packages with no defensive linemen at all. Probably out of necessity, yes, but still pretty innovative. Was it a good idea? The Seahawks ran for 5.3 yards per carry, so probably not. 8 – I have not before seen Kyler Murray protect himself so bad. 9 – I did not mind the challenge at the end of the game. It was not a clearcut outcome, and imagine if the Cards had gotten the ball. The defense couldn’t stop an old lady with a stick, so why not gamble on the referees instead? 10 – Oh no, Jalen Thompson. Not again. Get well soon, please. 11 – You have three extreme athletes like Budda Baker, Isaiah Simmons and Hasson Reddick, and still you cannot stop Russell Wilson from running around for eternities. Everyone with eyes can see that Wilson is good, but figure it out, Vance Joseph! Easily the most frustrating play in football. 12 – There are a long time to talk about this, but I thought about it during the game, so why not? Andy Isabella is useless and Hollywood Brown struggles in Baltimore. The Cards run more four receiver sets than anyone else in the NFL. Next offseason throw them a fifth and give Kyler Murray his favorite target from the Oklahoma days. 13 – Big game by Isaiah Simmons. Yes, hard to care much about now, but it is encouraging. 14 – Earlier this season was a debate amongst us fans whether to play Mason Cole or Lamont Gaillard. I think we need to remember that we have no idea what Cole brings to the table beside his play, but based on that play alone, the debate is still very relevant. 15 – Four games in a row where they have been behind at halftime. Maybe it would be an effective plan to start faster next time.