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A few notes and points before we face the angry birds on sunday

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I was gonna give your some swag for the nice write-up, but that video was annoying as fug.

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Good work on thread however that video sets humanity as a whole back at least 2 days.

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Is that comic sans?

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Is that comic sans?

why wouldn't it be

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I agree, I mean argue with a position per position breakdown.

CB: Panthers

S: Cardinals

LB: Panthers by like a million

DT: Cards (if you want to count Dockett, otherwise push)

DE: Panthers

OL: Panthers

TE: Panthers

WR: Cardinals

RB: Panthers by like a million again

QB: Push

6-3.

We are the better team.

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If Kolb succeeds moving from a WCO to a conventional offense, he'd be the first I know of. Otherwise, he'll follow a tradition of QBs looking great under Andy Reid, then sucking when they leave him.

The Cards currently have one of those dual OC things (Russ Grimm is the Run Game Coach, Mike Miller the Pass Game Coach) but I think Whisenhunt actually calls the plays.

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Rookie CB for cards will play...got it Cam?

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- A teammate's injury has accelerated rookie Patrick Peterson's ascent into the Arizona Cardinals' starting lineup.

The fifth overall draft pick will start at cornerback when the Cardinals open the season Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. Coach Ken Whisenhunt likes to bring rookies along more slowly but a season-ending knee injury to starter Greg Toler forced his hand.

Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2011/football/nfl/09/07/cardinals.patrick.peterson.ap/index.html#ixzz1XS7s2dzl

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