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Arizona Cardinals @ Seattle Seahawks -- Week 11

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Playing the Cardinals again, but this time in Seattle.  If kind of feels like Seattle is on the ropes right now and is one good shot away from a knockout punch. The defense is historically bad and cannot defend the pass at all. The offense seems like it has hit a brick wall. Not really sure what's going on with Wilson and his dumb redzone turnovers. He went from almost never turning the ball over in that area to doing so more than once in the last few weeks. 

Murray is a good QB and he has some good receivers. Not really sure how we defend the pass against this team. Also, Patrick Peterson did an unreal job on Metcalf the last time these two teams met, so that'll be something to watch out for.

I'm hoping Seattle wins and it kind of feels like a must win game in this division.

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Everyone is hurt

Rain Russ 

No cornerbacks vs Hopkins-Fitz-Kirk

Haynes Or Fuller at Center = 8-12 pressures

 

They gonna lose.

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Cardinals are down to backups of backups on the defensive line. Sheesh. Seahawks could run for 200 if they are committed.

https://www.si.com/nfl/cardinals/news/wednesday-injury-report-facing-dire-defensive-line-situation

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For the Cardinals, the defensive line situation is dire. Nose tackle Corey Peters was ruled out for the rest of the season by head coach Kliff Kingsbury Wednesday for a knee injury sustained during Sunday's win. According to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, Peters suffered a torn patellar tendon. Arizona will also be without rookie nose tackle Rashard Lawrence (calf) — who was designated for return Nov. 11 opening up his 21-day evaluation period — and defensive tackles Jordan Phillips (hamstring) and Leki Fotu (ankle), the rookie who was placed on reserve/injured Nov. 14 and will miss at least three weeks.

As a result, the only healthy, active defensive linemen available to the Cardinals for Thursday are Angelo Blackson, Josh Mauro and Trevon Coley, although it is expected that Michael Dogbe will be elevated from the practice squad Thursday. Arizona also reported tryouts for three defensive linemen Wednesday and reported a visit with another.

Working out were P.J. Johnson, Daylon Mack and Stacy McGee, while Domata Peko visited.

 

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18 hours ago, Howler said:

Cardinals are down to backups of backups on the defensive line. Sheesh. Seahawks could run for 200 if they are committed.

https://www.si.com/nfl/cardinals/news/wednesday-injury-report-facing-dire-defensive-line-situation

 

I am not a Seahawk fan, but great win last night. When are the Seahawks going to get their starting CB's back on the field again ?

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9 hours ago, doumeyer said:

I am not a Seahawk fan, but great win last night. When are the Seahawks going to get their starting CB's back on the field again ?

It's so hard to say. There always seems to be a chance, but then guys end up not being able to play. Like with Jamal Adams, they kept teasing him coming back on a weekly basis, but he missed like 4 weeks.

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I think Shaquill might be back next game he has been out with a hamstring injury the last two games.

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