Carson Palmer and the ring of honor.

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  1. NJCardFan

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    Because, like Fitz, Green shined no matter who was throwing him the ball. Lomax was so bad in 1986 that Stallings benched him. He was pretty pedestrian in 1985 as well.
     
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    I love me some Lomax but he ain't no Palmer. Carson had that sixth sense that Warner had. They both can read a D . It's the most important quality a QB can have IMO. Carson sometimes pushed the envelope with his throws but he was so damn good he couldn't help himself. Very sad day when I heard he was retiring. The only other day that compared was Warners. Congrats CP wish we would have had you earlier
     
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    I would’ve inducted him after his first career game. :D
     
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    It wasn’t limited to just one emotional outburst.
     
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    When your entire career is predicated on emotion...... I think some latitude is warranted.

    After all...... He is a grown ass man.
     
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    I have to agree with this. I was really annoyed when his selfishness & immaturity got the best of him that day. But, it’s time for the Cardinals to mend this relationship. It has to start somewhere, and the ROH is a great place to start. He was an absolute stud for us, and should be recognized as such.
     
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    I do remember that one once reminded. The game prior we played GB during the season and I was at a a bar in pine that showed the game but without sound. At halftime my airbnb was ready and I went and watched the rest of that drubbing.
     
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    Franks Sanders as well
     
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    Um... are you sure you remember that one? They beat GB in OT in the playoffs, but their drubbing during the regular season was TWO games prior.

    Or are you thinking of 2009, when the Cardinals ALSO beat Green Bay in OT in the playoffs, after being drubbed by them the week before? :)

    ...dave
     
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    Was it two games prior? I just remember winning by like 30 points and completely dismantling them. I thought it was week 17 though and then playing them in the wild card the next week.

    Definately not thinking of 2009. That game was amazing. Kurt warner had less incompletions than touchdowns in that one.

    I must have blocked the 30 point week 17 loss to seattle out of my mind lol
     
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    Yep, in 2015 they beat GB 38-8 in week 16, then won in OT with the amazing passes from Palmer to Fitz.
    In 2009, they were clobbered 33-13 by GB in week 17, then won in OT with the amazing sack/strip/fumble recovery TD.

    ...dave
     
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    This is accurate. But, let’s not forget that we sat everyone for that 33-13 loss in 2009. That game should have revealed to us how inept Leinart really was.
     
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    Palmer was the QB for the 2nd most successful run since the franchise has moved to Arizona. No issue with the organization putting him in the ROH and hopefully this opens it up for other players who are also deserving.
     
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    Don't say that around smelly...... You may get your fingers bitten off. #TheLeenart
     
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