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RYAN LINDLEY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Is Ryan Lindley to Blame?

As the dust settles on a disappointing end to a promising season for the Arizona Cardinals, it's time to take look back at just what went wrong. With the loss still fresh in all of our minds, it's easy for any fan to put the blame on one person. Putting emotions aside, is Ryan Lindley really to blame?First let's take a look at how we got here in the first place. The Arizona Cardinals...
Via Pro Football Spot
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals send out hilarious tweet after playoff defeat

In today’s sports world, every professional team has a Twitter page, Instagram and so on. Social media is the order of the day, and the Arizona Cardinals are no exception. The team tweeted throughout Saturday’s Wild Card playoff game against the Carolina Panthers, which Arizona lost 27-16. The contest was ugly for the Cardinals, who were playing a third-string quarterback in...
Via Awful Announcing
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals held to record-low 77 yards in ugly playoff loss

Aren’t you glad that’s over? The Carolina Panther defeated the Arizona Cardinals 27-16 in the first of four NFL Wild Card games this weekend. And it was likely one of the ugliest postseason games in the history of the league. Arizona’s 77 total yards represented the fewest in the history of the playoffs. Ryan Lindley finished the evening 16-of-28 passing for 82 yards with...
Via Sportsnaut
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals' Bruce Arians: 'No doubt' we beat the Panthers

Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians seems to know something about third-string quarterback Ryan Lindley that the rest of us are missing. Even though Lindley is going into Saturday’s game against Carolina carrying the lowest career passer rating (50.3) in 30 years, Arians still backs him (via NFL.com). There’s a true belief we’re going to win the game. There’s no...
Via Sportsnaut
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals QB Ryan Lindley keeps playoff start in perspective

TEMPE, Ariz. -- For the past week, we've been dissecting Ryan Lindley's prospects for success in his first NFL playoff game this Saturday in Charlotte, North Carolina when the Cardinals face the Carolina Panthers in the NFC wild card round.  The challenge is enormous. The odds are long. The optimism is minimal. Forget all that for a moment, however, and imagine what this feels like...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals: Wildcard Matchup Vs Carolina

The Arizona Cardinals kick off Wildcard Weekend by traveling to Carolina to take on the Panthers on Saturday at 4:25 ET. The Cardinals will need a strong showing from quarterback Ryan Lindley and a rebound performance from the defense to knock off the suddenly hot Panthers.Ending the season on a low noteMaking the sixth NFL start of his career, Ryan Lindley played his best game versus...
Via Pro Football Spot
December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals: House of Cards

Well that could have gone better for the Arizona Cardinals. On Sunday Night Football, the Cards got shellacked by the Seahawks 35-6. It was not pretty. Ryan Lindley was firing balls into the stands like he was a damn t-shirt launcher gun. But at least nobody on the sidelines fought over recovering Lindley’s incomplete passes. Some Jags fans went absolutely at it for a free t...
Via isportsweb.com
December 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Tweet of the Game: Ryan Lindley’s Bible

We look for other tweets to be the Tweet of the Game but this time we had one of our own that was too good to pass up. Unlike his passing game, Lindley’s Bible actually has Numbers. — cover32 Cardinals (@cover32_ARI) December 22, 2014 If something tops it, we’ll do another one of these posts later. You may also be interested in: Tweet of the Game: Ryan Lindley’s Bible...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
December 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals: Just win, baby

There is much at stake for the Bird Gang today. With a win against Seattle (10-4), the Arizona Cardinals (11-3) clinch the NFC West, the top seed in the NFC, and home-field throughout the playoffs. But with a loss to the Seahawks, the Cardinals fall to the five-seed. Arizona would then need a win against the nothing-to-play-for 49ers in week 17, in addition to a Seattle loss home...
Via isportsweb.com
December 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Why Should We Get Behind Ryan Lindley?

The Arizona Cardinals will start Ryan Lindley at quarterback for the Sunday night game at home against the Seattle Seahawks. It’s not Carson Palmer, Drew Stanton nor Kurt Warner. Instead we have Ryan Lindley and I’m okay with that. Actually, I think it’s the right decision and I like what Head Coach Bruce Arians is doing with his playbook this week. Reports indicate that there...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
December 16, 2014  |  Discuss
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