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    Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

    Former Ram quarterback phenom is once again working his magic and leading another underdog to the Super Bowl. I for one will be cheering for the Cardinals to win it all and Warner avenge our loss to Pittsburgh in the 79 season.


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    Re: Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

    Warner played very well, Fitz was virtually unstoppable. McNabb looked average at best all day, consistently missing throws that he should have made. But you can't tell me that wasn't pass interference on the 4th down pass to Curtis. The outcome of this game may not have changed, but that call needs to be made.

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    Re: Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

    Warner is still the man! Congrats to the weak west!

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    Re: Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

    Great game, i'll be cheering for them in two weeks

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    Re: Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

    Great game! Warner is special and took a huge step toward Canton with that come from behind 4th quarter comeback score on the way to victory. The 4 TD passes didn't hurt either. I'm behind Warner and the Cardinals all the way.

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    Go Warner and Cards...the NFC West won't look so weak then will it??

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    Re: Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

    Quote Originally Posted by SFCRamFan View Post
    Go Warner and Cards...the NFC West won't look so weak then will it??
    By all means. GO KURT! GO CARDS!

    Kind of nostalgic to see KW making some great plays to excellent receivers. I actually was a bit surprised how well AZ executed Vs Philly's D. But I think much of it had to do with a cool Kurt at the helm of a fine tuned offense.

    Ha! That foolish penalty, when the Eagles DB hit Warner clearly after the pass was funny. Kurt composed and all, keeping the drive alive.



    PS: Boldin better get his act together and apologize to his OC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Warner played very well, Fitz was virtually unstoppable. McNabb looked average at best all day, consistently missing throws that he should have made. But you can't tell me that wasn't pass interference on the 4th down pass to Curtis. The outcome of this game may not have changed, but that call needs to be made.
    That is what is normally called incidental contact, but it could have been called PI due to the hands reaching for the legs. If you are going to popint out this "missed call", then you have to say that the officials took at least 3 points away from the Cards. The recoved muff at the 26, that was ruled "out of bounds", was clearly a bad call. That call had more to do with the closed outcome of this came than anything.

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    Re: Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

    Quote Originally Posted by gap View Post
    The recoved muff at the 26, that was ruled "out of bounds", was clearly a bad call. That call had more to do with the closed outcome of this came than anything.
    First of all, let me say I was rooting heavily for Warner and the Cardinals. That said, the muff call was close, but I thought it was right. The Philly players foot was out of bounds when the the ball hit his thigh.

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    Re: Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

    Quote Originally Posted by gap View Post
    That call had more to do with the closed outcome of this came than anything.
    I thought that was a bad call as well, but you can't tell me a missed call in the first half had more to do with the outcome of the game than the missed call on the Eagles' last play of the game.

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    Re: Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

    Best of luck Kurt! Man, if he wins this the Kurt Warner movie will have to be a part 1 and part 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    I thought that was a bad call as well, but you can't tell me a missed call in the first half had more to do with the outcome of the game than the missed call on the Eagles' last play of the game.
    I can, and did. The reason is that call changed the game from a blow-out to still managable. It also gives momentum to the Eagles, as they feel the calls are going their way, and the Cards are dejected because they got robbed.

    To the comment that the play was out of bounds when the ball hit his hip... That would be correct IF the ball had hit his hip. It never hit him. As a matter of fact, the official actually said that the ball went out of bounds. They even started to spot the ball on the fourty, when Wissenhunt (sp?) got the officials move the ball to the 26 when he wasn't allowed to review the play.

    That is the ultimate catch 22. The official can make such a BAD call, and it cannot be review because it was a bad call. What kind of sense is that?

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    Re: Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

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    I can, and did.
    Well, agree to disagree. The missed call on the kickoff was big, but there's still a whole half of football to be played. The Eagles did not get momentum from it, as they had to punt on the very next drive. The Cardinals were not dejected, because they drove down the field in a minute and a half to score again before halftime.

    The blown PI call literally gave the Cardinals the ball and the win because it ended the Eagles' final drive. IMO, nothing bigger than that.

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    Re: Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

    I did not get to see the game. I heard that the score was very one-sided by the end of the first half. What happened to change things around in the second half? Did the Eagles make adjustments?
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    Re: Warner leads Cards to cinderella season

    Quote Originally Posted by UtterBlitz View Post
    I did not get to see the game. I heard that the score was very one-sided by the end of the first half. What happened to change things around in the second half? Did the Eagles make adjustments?
    The Eagles defense came out and finally found a way to get pressure on Warner and disrupt the Cardinals' passing attack. On Arizona's first three offensive drives of the second half, Warner was 2/6 and the Cardinals punted all three times. Just shows you what pressure on a QB can do. The Eagles barely touched Warner in the first half and he carved them up. They found a way to pressure him in the third quarter and part of the fourth and suddenly the Cardinals were pedestrian again.

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