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23.01.2019 03:01
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for the Cardinals as they started Sunday's game in Atlanta by forcing two punts. In between Womens Denzel Perryman Jersey , they drove 64 yards in eight plays to take a 7-0 lead on David Johnson's 1-yard run.But everything went haywire from there.The Falcons (5-9) scored the game's next 40 points 鈥?21 off Arizona turnovers 鈥?and the Cardinals (3-11) fell 40-14 to a team that had lost its previous five games.Arizona surrendered a season-high seven sacks behind an entire line of replacements. Rookie quarterback Josh Rosen turned over the ball three times, and the Cardinals allowed 215 rushing yards to the only NFL team with fewer yards on the ground than they had.This was a miserable road trip to a gray, cold, rainy place, although at least the roof was closed in Mercedes-Benz Stadium."I look at it like the Chargers game a few weeks ago, we started out real fast, put 10 points up, and then something bad happens and we're not able to weather the storm," said wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. ". . . It was just an avalanche after the start."Moments after blunting Atlanta's second possession with a third-down sack by linebacker Haason Reddick, the Cardinals took over with good field position at their 43. On the second play, though, Rosen threw right toward Johnson, and Falcons end Vic Beasley Jr. batted the ball in the air. Linebacker Deion Jones picked it off and rambled 41 yards for a score.Just as the Cardinals went on to lose 45-10 to the Chargers, Arizona imploded again.The Cardinals' next possession ended when Bruce Irvin and De'Vondre Campbell sacked Rosen.On the next play, Falcons running back Tevin Coleman went around right end for 65 yards on the way to a career-best 145 rushing yards on just 11 carries.Atlanta entered the game ranked dead last in the NFL in rushing , averaging 82.1 yards per game, but "defensively, we didn't do a great job of stopping the run . . . " Cardinals coach Steve Wilks said."We've got to do a much better job, and like I said, all that starts with me."Soon after a short field goal gave Atlanta a 10-7 lead, Rosen was sacked and stripped by tackle Grady Jarrett, and nickel cornerback Bryan Poole recovered at the Arizona 34.Maybe Atlanta's pressure didn't count as a surprise. Four of Arizona's starting offensive linemen are on injured reserve, and the team cut a right tackle several weeks ago. Plus, two key reserves are on the injured list.So the Cardinals rolled out rookies Korey Cunningham, Colby Gossett and Mason Cole at left tackle, guard and center, along with right guard Oday Aboushi and right tackle Joe Barksdale, who left with concussion symptoms.Was it any wonder Arizona rushed for just 60 yards on 22 carries?"It has a lot to do with everybody, really: the timing, blocking , communicating and stuff like that, " said Aboushi, who was signed on Oct. 23. "A lot of it comes with shooting ourselves in the foot."Not long after Rosen's fumble, Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan scored on a 1-yard sneak for a 17-7 lead, and then another Arizona drive fizzled in part because Rosen was sacked by Poole, who was unblocked on a blitz when the quarterback forgot to check his left side."I took a couple of other sacks on myself when they were battling their butts off up front, and I've just got to play better," Rosen said after completing 13 of 22 passes for 132 yards, including a 40-yard completion to Johnson on his second throw of the game. "We've all got to play better, but I don't want anyone to look at those stats and think everything's on the O-line. In this game there were a couple where I was just a little mentally slow on things."The Falcons went fast tempo after Rosen's second pick, which set up Ryan's 21-yard pinpoint pass down the left sideline to Julio Jones. He scored on a diving catch with Arizona cornerback Patrick Peterson attached like Velcro.Not for the first time the Cardinals were undone by the second quarter, outscored 16-0 on this day and 137-34 on the season.At least the end is near."It's disturbing, frustrating, you hate it, but I try to find the silver lining in everything ," Fitzgerald said. "It's the holiday season, my kids are healthy . . . I'm no different than anybody else; I'm frustrated at work, but there's a lot to be thankful for."Chargers awarded 2 players on waivers This weekend was crazy with all the roster activity from each team. All 32 teams had to drop 37 players, then they could place waiver claims on any of those 1184 players they might want, wait to see if they had the highest priority and were awarded the player, then drop another player to make room for their awarded player. What a mess.When all the dust settled, the Chargers were awarded 2 players:T.Y. McGill - DT - Kansas City ChiefsEmmanuel Ellerbee - LB - Atlanta FalconsThe corresponding moves the Chargers made to bring in those 2 players wound up being waiving QB Cardale Jones, who the team has now signed to the practice squad, and LB Hayes Pullard. T.Y. McGill, 6’0 300lbs, is entering his 4th season in the NFL. He has yet to start a game however, he’s seen action in 28 games and has 18 tackles, 5 sacks, a safety, 2 PD and a FF. He looks like he fits the mold of what the Chargers seem to like from the DT position. He has above average speed/burst from the DT position and likes to penetrate upfield. I think we are all still hoping that the team brings in Johnathan Hankins Youth Tyrell Williams Jersey , but the team needed more bodies at DT either way. Plus, it looks like he was in high demand, 3 teams put in waiver requests for him.At LB the Chargers brought in Emmanuel Ellerbee. Ellerbee is hyper athletic, at 230lbs he had a 42” vertical, 10’1” broad jump, 4.58 40 yard dash. His final 2 years at Rice he totaled 239 tackles. This preseason for the Falcons he had 12 tackles. Like McGill, he fits the mold of the what the Chargers are trying to do, get faster. It’s interesting to see that the team waived Hayes Pullard to open the spot for him. Pullard had a pretty outstanding preseason and is obviously EXTREMELY familiar with the system but obviously he is getting a bit long in the tooth. I’d suspect both players will probably be inactive week 1 however both of them do come in at relatively thin positions, especially DT where Corey Liuget will be suspended, rookie Justin Jones is banged up and didn’t play in the preseason, and Darius Philon is banged up. Custom Minnesota Vikings Jerseys

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