Wk 12-Arizona Cardinals @ NE Patriots Pre Game Thread. 2020

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QB Kyler Murray (shoulder) has no injury designation, but TE Darrell Daniels (ankle), DE Josh Mauro (hamstring), and S Jalen Thompson (ankle) have been ruled out. T Justin Murray (hand) and S Charles Washington (groin) are listed as questionable.

The Patriots ruled out RB Rex Burkhead (knee) and T Isaiah Wynn (knee), and Burkhead is expected to miss the rest of the season. LB Ja'whaun Bentley (groin), DE Tashawn Bower (illness), DT Adam Butler (shoulder), DT Byron Cowart (back), DT Carl Davis (concussion), S Kyle Dugger (toe), K Nick Folk (back), CB Stephon Gilmore (hand), WR N'Keal Harry (shoulder), TE Ryan Izzo (hamstring, hand), G Shaquille Mason (calf), WR Matt Slater (knee), and RB J.J. Taylor (quadricep) are listed as questionable.

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Thisi s the first game of the season where I think Kyler needs to be a legit star for us to win. Kyler, the run game, the O-line. We will be fine everywhere else.

p.s. I can't wait to see Isaiah and Cam come together.
 

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you see that play pretty every game when someone is driving late. Stop it.
Really? Can you provide an example then? The only player I’ve ever seen do this is Fitz and he’s done it twice this season. Usually a player tries to get up while everyone else gets lined up and the player struggles to get the D off him or the ball to the ref to spot it.
 

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Really? Can you provide an example then? The only player I’ve ever seen do this is Fitz and he’s done it twice this season. Usually a player tries to get up while everyone else gets lined up and the player struggles to get the D off him or the ball to the ref to spot it.

dont bother. Getting certain people to admit they’re wrong only ends in them hurling insults and getting even more indignant about whatever take they just made. See the Joe Burrow will never play again take for recent proof of that.
 

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dont bother. Getting certain people to admit they’re wrong only ends in them hurling insults and getting even more indignant about whatever take they just made. See the Joe Burrow will never play again take for recent proof of that.

lol

please do go to that thread
 
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Really? Can you provide an example then? The only player I’ve ever seen do this is Fitz and he’s done it twice this season. Usually a player tries to get up while everyone else gets lined up and the player struggles to get the D off him or the ball to the ref to spot it.

I mean if you think Larry Fitzgerald invented then idk

but I’ve watched Elway, Brady, Manning all masters of the last second drive get that ball up to the line ASAP run plays or spike it to stop the clock.

teams drill this stuff.
 

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Early east coast road game vs. a coach and QB who’ve had little trouble with Cards in their careers. A depleted defense as well. Pats likely win this game 23-16. Fits does a ton of things on the field that do not show up on the stat sheet, big loss IMO. Pats young RB has a running style made to beat this team.

This is a fair assessment. Our only hope is an early lead, Kyler actually being healthy enough to make plays with the arm and LEGS, and winning the turnover battle would be huge!
 

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Simmons also should be a difference maker in this game. More than enough size and speed to eliminate Cam from the run game.
 

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I mean if you think Larry Fitzgerald invented then idk

but I’ve watched Elway, Brady, Manning all masters of the last second drive get that ball up to the line ASAP run plays or spike it to stop the clock.

teams drill this stuff.
That’s not even the same thing. Larry didn’t run up and spike it. He took the ball from the player who was tackled in bounds ran it straight to the umpire to get the ball spotted while the rest of the team aligned to spike the ball. I’ve been watching football for 27 years and I don’t think I’ve ever seen a player do that before. I’ve seen them try and pick their guy up to get him to the LOS, but never just grabbing the ball to get it spotted.

OT though if you want to see a great 2 minute drill, google Byron Leftwich last 2 minute drill in college at Marshall. He does it with a broken ankle. Pretty epic.
 

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That’s not even the same thing. Larry didn’t run up and spike it. He took the ball from the player who was tackled in bounds ran it straight to the umpire to get the ball spotted while the rest of the team aligned to spike the ball. I’ve been watching football for 27 years and I don’t think I’ve ever seen a player do that before. I’ve seen them try and pick their guy up to get him to the LOS, but never just grabbing the ball to get it spotted.

OT though if you want to see a great 2 minute drill, google Byron Leftwich last 2 minute drill in college at Marshall. He does it with a broken ankle. Pretty epic.

where his lineman literally pick him up and carry him to the line. It’s one of the biggest gut check things I’ve ever seen in sports.
 

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Tom is basically the gm to make the poffs my heart already racing lol.... let's beat a team were supposed to once this yr ...

Need murray to ball hop and the run gm

Fingers crossed heavily .... Go cards
 
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