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    Large sections of seats sat empty as the clock ticked down Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field, with fans fleeing not only the cold, rainy weather but also another miserable Chicago Bears loss. As Bears rookie Justin Fields sat out with broken ribs, veteran Andy Dalton threw four interceptions on the way to a 33-22 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals scored three touchdowns and made a field goal on the drives following the interceptions, including touchdowns after picks on the Bears’ first two drives. The result was the Bears sixth loss in seven games and eighth overall. While the Cardinals welcomed back quarterback Kyler Murray and top wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins from injuries, the 4-8 Bears were missing multiple stars, including Fields, who was not medically cleared to play after being limited in practice all week. Outside linebacker Khalil Mack is out for the season. Defensive lineman Akiem Hicks and wide receiver Allen Robinson missed their third straight games with injuries. Those absences made an upset of the now 10-2 Cardinals an unlikely dream. ...
    Chicago Bears quarterback Andy Dalton threw an all-time terrible interception Sunday against the Cardinals. During the fourth quarter of the game with the Bears trailing 27-14, Dalton threw an interception cleanly into the hands of Zach Allen, who was literally only a few feet away from him. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Watch the absurd pick below. DE Zach Allen intercepts Andy Dalton’s pass!#AZvsCHI #NFL #NFLTwitter #RedSea #DaBears pic.twitter.com/bS7aiB9udh — Football Outsiders (@fboutsiders) December 5, 2021 This is without a doubt one of the worst interceptions we’ve seen all season long. We’ve seen some atrocious interceptions, but I’m not sure many are worse than this one. Andy Dalton to Zach Allen Interception pic.twitter.com/moIKwZTLsw — Chaos Sports Network (@chaossportsnet) December 5, 2021 Seriously, what the hell was Dalton thinking on that play? It looked like he was attempting to throw a screen pass, but he blew it so badly that I’m honestly not even sure. I don’t know what the hell the Bears think Dalton is capable of at this point, but...
    After moving past rumors about coach Matt Nagy’s job status, the Chicago Bears had a week of relative peace following their Thanksgiving win against the Detroit Lions. Now the 9-2 Arizona Cardinals come to town to try to disturb that calm. We’ve got Week 13 updates all day from Soldier Field. Get the latest Bears news on your phone, desktop and inbox Be the first to read Brad Biggs’ 10 thoughts on the Bears each week Halftime: Bears trail Cardinals 21-7 Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score for a 21-7 halftime lead against the Chicago Bears. In his first game since Oct. 28 after recovering from an ankle injury, Murray completed just five of 8 passes for 73 yards and rushed for 19 yards on four carries. But Bears quarterback Andy Dalton was intercepted on the Bears’ first two drives of the game, and the Cardinals capitalized with two touchdowns. On the Bears’ first drive, Cardinals safety Jalen Thompson grabbed Dalton’s high pass...
    After moving past rumors about coach Matt Nagy’s job status, the Chicago Bears had a week of relative peace following their Thanksgiving win against the Detroit Lions. Now the 9-2 Arizona Cardinals come to town to try to disturb that calm. We’ve got Week 13 updates all day from Soldier Field. Get the latest Bears news on your phone, desktop and inbox Be the first to read Brad Biggs’ 10 thoughts on the Bears each week Week 13 inactives announced Bears inside linebacker Roquan Smith is active Sunday against the Cardinals. Smith missed practices Wednesday and Thursday with a hamstring injury but returned in a limited capacity Friday. He worked out at Soldier Field hours before the game to test out his hamstring before the Bears made the decision. Bears rookie offensive tackle Teven Jenkins also is active for his first NFL game after the Bears activated him Saturday. Jenkins missed training camp and the first 11 games after having back surgery. Bears quarterback Justin Fields and wide receiver Allen...
    After moving past rumors about coach Matt Nagy’s job status, the Chicago Bears had a week of relative peace following their Thanksgiving win against the Detroit Lions. Now the 9-2 Arizona Cardinals come to town to try to disturb that calm. The Cardinals had extra time to prepare for the Bears coming off their bye week. They opened the season with seven straight victories before going 2-2 in their last four games, including 2-1 without quarterback Kyler Murray. Murray, who had a left ankle injury, could return Sunday after coach Kliff Kingsbury deemed him a game-day decision. The Bears, however, won’t have starting quarterback Justin Fields, who isn’t medically ready to return from broken ribs. Bears coach Matt Nagy named veteran Andy Dalton the starter for the second straight game. Dalton led the Bears to a 16-14 comeback victory over the Lions on Thanksgiving but will have a tougher test against one of the NFL’s top defenses. “We’ve got to be consistent with what we’re doing,” Dalton said. “To have that last drive (against...
    Dominican Albert Pujols of the Leones del Escogido is seen during a Dominican League baseball game against the Toros del Este at the Quisqueya stadium in Santo Domingo, on November 3, 2021. – Pujols made his debut in the league of his country on Sunday. (Photo by Erika SANTELICES / AFP) (Photo by ERIKA SANTELICES/afp/AFP via Getty Images) The St. Louis Cardinals can’t sign any free agents during the lockout, as baseball is technically on a pause. But that shouldn’t stop them from plotting. The Cardinals will have the same pressing needs after the lockout as they did before Dec. 2. The only difference will be the time that goes by, and any potential rule changes that impact exactly how St. Louis general manager Mike Girsch goes about filling those holes. The Cardinals specifically ought to target a middle infielder, relief pitching and perhaps even a former team great. So, why don’t we start with the obvious?Cardinals: Should they bring back Albert Pujols?Pujols is spending his winter playing baseball in the Dominican Republic, both staying fresh during the lockout and...
    Chicago Bears quarterback Andy Dalton will start his second straight game in place of Justin Fields on Sunday as the Bears host the Arizona Cardinals at Soldier Field. As Fields recovers from broken ribs, Dalton will try to push the Bears to a second straight win against a much more difficult opponent than the winless Detroit Lions team he beat last week. As kickoff approaches, here’s our snapshot look at the game. Chicago Bears (4-7) vs. Arizona Cardinals (9-2) Kickoff: Noon Sunday at Soldier Field. TV and radio: FOX-32, WBBM-AM 780, WCFS-FM 105.9, WRTO-AM 1200 (Spanish). The line: Cardinals by 7½. Over/under: 43½. Sign up now to get Brad Biggs’ 10 thoughts first 1. Player in the spotlight The Cardinals declared quarterback Kyler Murray questionable to play Sunday in what would be his first game since Oct. 28 because of a left ankle injury. Coach Kliff Kingsbury called Murray a game-day decision — one that could drastically affect what the Bears are facing. In eight games before his injury, Murray threw...
    Our Lady of the Lake vs. Lamar (1-7) Montagne Center, Beaumont, Texas; Sunday, 4 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: The Lamar Cardinals are set to battle the Saints of NAIA school Our Lady of the Lake. Lamar lost 75-60 to Mississippi State in its most recent game. SUPER SENIORS: Lamar’s C.J. Roberts, Davion Buster and Ellis Jefferson have collectively accounted for 46 percent of the team’s scoring this season, including 59 percent of all Cardinals points over the last five games.ACCURATE ANDERSON: Joseph Anderson has connected on 66.7 percent of the three 3-pointers he’s attempted. He’s also converted 100 percent of his free throws this season. DID YOU KNOW: Lamar went 1-7 overall against out-of-conference foes last year. The Cardinals scored 58.5 points per matchup across those eight contests. ___ For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/college-basketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25 ___ This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields is not expected to return from his ribs injury Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, but one of his fellow rookies could potentially see his first NFL game action. Bears coach Matt Nagy named quarterback Andy Dalton the starter and Nick Foles the backup for the Week 13 game at Soldier Field, saying Fields is making progress but wasn’t ready to be medically cleared to play. Meanwhile, the Bears have cleared rookie offensive tackle Teven Jenkins to be activated 3½ months after he underwent back surgery. Jenkins, the No. 39 draft pick out of Oklahoma State in the spring, returned to practice Nov. 15 and is feeling good, Nagy said. Nagy indicated Jenkins — for now — will be offensive line depth behind veteran left tackle Jason Peters and rookie right tackle Larry Borom, but he also could be used on the field-goal/extra-points team or in special situations. Nagy said a rotation with Borom midseason might be too difficult to execute. “When you draft a guy you’re always anticipating how he’s going...
    Getty Former Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald signs an autograph for a fan during a Phoenix Suns game November 17. Arizona Cardinals linebacker Devon Kennard said it best: “It’s a good year to be an Arizona sports fan.” The Cardinals own the NFL’s best record at 9-2 heading into their Week 13 matchup with the Chicago Bears on Sunday, December 5, at Soldier Field. Meanwhile, the Phoenix Suns are off to an NBA-best 19-3 start — including a franchise-record 18-game winning streak. ALL the latest Cardinals news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cardinals newsletter here! Join Heavy on Cardinals! The Cardinals social media team welcomed the Suns to the first-place club by giving the pointing Spider-Man meme a Valley of the Sun makeover: pic.twitter.com/N8D9bfTLod — Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) December 1, 2021 Kennard understands the magnitude of the two teams’ strong starts better than most. Now in his second season with the Cardinals, Kennard is an Arizona native who played at Phoenix’s Desert Vista High School. His father, Derek Kennard Sr., was an offensive...
    The NL Manager of the Year results proved that the St. Louis Cardinals took a risk in firing Mike Shildt after the season. While most of the attention this MLB offseason is focused on free agency signings and potential trades, it is also awards season. On Tuesday, the Baseball Writers Association of America revealed their votes for the Manager of the Year in their respective leagues. Gabe Kapler of the San Francisco Giants easily won the award with 28 first-place votes after leading the team to a 107-win season. But if there was one interesting takeaway from the voting results, it was that Mike Shildt finished in third-place on the ballot for his work with the St. Louis Cardinals this season. Shildt, of course, was fired by the Cardinals at the end of the season. The full results of the NL Manager of the Year can be found here.Mike Shildt finishes third-place in NL Manager of the Year votingThe Cardinals were the hottest team in baseball in the second half of the season. Shildt’s squad rode a franchise-best 17-game winning streak...
    San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kapler was the easy choice for NL Manager of the Year, but who challenged him the most? Kapler’s Giants fell short in the postseason, but they won 107 games for a reason. San Francisco was picked by some pundits to finish in the bottom half of the NL West before the season. Instead, they won the whole damn thing, holding off the Dodgers at the very last minute. The Giants went with an outside-the-box hire in the first place with Kapler, who failed in his first go-around with the Philadelphia Phillies. Yet, he’s been a huge success by the Bay. Kapler was honored for his efforts with the NL Manager of the Year for 2021, and was presented the award by former Giants manager Bruce Bochy. .@gabekapler led the @SFGiants to a franchise-record 107 wins. He is your 2021 NL Manager of the Year! pic.twitter.com/c0ixufbM1u — MLB (@MLB) November 16, 2021 NL Manager of the Year: Full ballot and results Kapler received 28 of 30 first-place votes, with the other two going to Craig...
    Sean Manaea, Oakland Athletics, St. Louis Cardinals. (Mandatory Credit: Thomas Shea-USA TODAY Sports) With the right trade or two, the St. Louis Cardinals can have the team to win the NL Central. While it was not looking good for much of last season, the St. Louis Cardinals caught fire down the stretch to earn the second NL Wild Card spot. Though they lost in heart-breaking fashion to the Los Angeles Dodgers thanks to Chris Taylor’s walk-off bomb, St. Louis fans should feel confident about their team’s chances of contending next year. The Milwaukee Brewers will be a challenge, but the only other real threat in the division would have to be the Cincinnati Reds. St. Louis does need to make a trade or two to get better. Here are three big names the Cardinals could potentially deal for this offseason.St. Louis Cardinals: 3 big name trade targets to deal for this offseason 3 Sean Manaea LHP Oakland Athletics If the Cardinals let two lefties walk, then why not trade for Sean Manaea?A big reason why the Cardinals were able to...
    With Week 10 of the NFL season almost in the books, how does the NFC playoff picture look if the campaign were to end today. If the 2021 NFL season has shown us anything, it is that there is no clear Super Bowl favorite 10 weeks in especially in the NFC. The has been no separation from the top teams in the conference, giving teams sitting at or below .500 hope of sneaking into the playoffs in the next seven weeks. Based off the Week 10 results, just how does the playoff picture look in the NFC if the season were to end today? We have you covered. Note: This was written prior to Monday night’s Los Angeles Rams-San Francisco 49ers game.NFC Playoff Picture: Who has the edge?NFC East standings Dallas Cowboys (7-2) Philadelphia Eagles (4-6) Washington Football Team (3-6) New York Giants (3-6) NFC North standings Green Bay Packers (8-2) Minnesota Vikings (4-5) Chicago Bears (3-6) Detroit Lions (0-8-1) NFC South standings  Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-3) New Orleans Saints (5-4) Carolina Panthers (5-5) Atlanta Falcons (4-5) NFC West standings...
    Nothing is possible this season in the NFL. Thursday’s game between the Ravens and the Dolphins showed it again. So while most predictions are unanimous, it now seems certain that some teams will beat expectations. Can they be patriots who will continue their advance against the Browns? After all, in terms of hurting chargers, who are the Vikings? Or the Seahawks, who can buy bakers when Russell Wilson returns? In stages, it is tight. Raphael Masmagin (90), Alain Matteo (90) and Raul Villaroy (90) lead the way. Victor Roulier (86), Lucas Vola (84) and Gregory Richard (83) are following. Predict, friends can join the TDActu League in Pronos. Predictions of the Podcast Group Week 10 Residence Out Alain Raul Gregory Raphael Lucas Victor 1 Dolphins Crows Crows Crows Crows Crows Crows Crows 2 Jet planes Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills 3 Washington Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers 4 Cowboys Hawks Cowboys Cowboys...
    (CBS San Francisco) — The NFC West has a pretty wide gap going into Week 10. The Arizona Cardinals have the NFL’s best record at 8-1, while the Los Angeles Rams are  one of only a few teams to reach seven wins. The San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks, on the other hand, have each only won three games. Their odds of making a playoff run seem to grow longer by the week. Coming off a win, the Seahawks will get another boost in Week 10, when quarterback Russell Wilson returns. But they face the unenviable challenge of meeting the Packers in Green Bay. Aaron Rodgers’ status, a key point for both teams, remains uncertain. The 49ers face a Rams team looking to bounce back from their recent loss to the Tennessee Titans. And the soaring Cardinals try to add another win against the fading Carolina Panthers. READ MORE: Confounded By Blitz, Ravens' Offense Wilted Against MiamiCBS San Francisco sports anchor Vern Glenn breaks down the three NFC West matchups in Week 10. All times listed are Eastern. Stream your...
    The Arizona Cardinals are on their way to a win over the Cleveland Browns on the road, but the game couldn’t end before we witnessed the worst call we’ll all see this week. Murray gets rid of a ball 15-20 yards down the field to eventually be touched by Browns defensive tackle Malik Jackson — Roughing the passer was called. And to make matters worse, Jackson was pushed into Murray, which was the only reason there was any physicality to this play in the first place. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (1) throws a 9-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (10) during the second half of an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns, Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/David Richard) (AP Photo/David Richard) We all get the pro-quarterback rules that’ll protect the longevity of QB’s late into their 30’s, but we’re going too far. This is still supposed to be football that is considered the most physical sport in the world outside of rugby and hockey,...
    Getty Images George Kittle leaps over Budda Baker but fumbles during the first quarter on November 7, 2021. Sitting at 8-1, the Arizona Cardinals have to love the way they’ve battled teams while facing extreme adversity. The laundry list of players and coaches who’ve been wiped out from games seems endless, yet the Cardinals have no excuses. ALL the latest Cardinals news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cardinals newsletter here! Join Heavy on Cardinals! Wide receiver Christian Kirk spoke to NFL Network’s Andrew Siciliano on November 9 on the fact that the Cardinals still feel like underdogs. “Once a couple of guys went down and we had some injuries, everyone was quick to count us out and say that we weren’t able to get it done. We were able to go on the road and show that we have guys all over the place that can make plays. Guys who aren’t in primary roles to come in and step up and make plays. Those are things we’re going to need to do, especially...
    Speculation is swirling that Josh Norman’s days in San Francisco 49ers may be done after the cornerback committed a costly taunting penalty in Sunday’s 31-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Reaction online to Norman’s 15-yard penalty has been fierce, beginning the moment it happened, but NBC Sports Bay Area Reporter Jennifer Lee Chan reported after the game on November 7 that Norman’s future with the team could be in jeopardy. Here's where Norman was flagged for taunting pic.twitter.com/y3F7vuAh7f — ✯✯✯✯✯ (@FTBVids_YT) November 7, 2021 ALL the latest 49ers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on 49ers newsletter here! Join Heavy on 49ers! Norman’s Sideline Scuffle Came on 4th and 35Norman was flagged for taunting after getting into a verbal mix-up along the Cardinals’ sideline with some Cardinal players as well as the team’s coach, Kliff Kingsbury. Kingsbury was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct on the same play. But the foul gave the Cards extended life on the field. If Norman hadn’t committed the penalty, the Cardinals would have been facing a fourth-and-35 on San Francisco’s 36-yard line. Kicker...
    SANTA CLARA – Here is how the 49ers (3-5) graded in Sunday’s 31-17 home loss to the Arizona Cardinals (8-1): PASS OFFENSE: D SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 7: San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan talks to San Francisco 49ers starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) on the sidelines during their game against the Arizona Cardinals in the third quarter at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Sunday, Nov. 7, 2021. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  Three turnovers “killed us,” Jimmy Garoppolo said of the early fumbles by George Kittle and Brandon Aiyuk to a fourth-quarter interception. Seven completions went at least 15 yards, but none longer than a 32-yard screen to Deebo Samuel. Was this Garoppolo’s final start? “Probably not,” Shanahan replied. While Garoppolo (and the 49ers) have really struggled at home, he does have a thing for beating the Rams, who arrive next Monday night. Right tackle Mike McGlinchey’s knee injury interrupts what had been a bounce-back season for him. All that overshadowed Kittle returning with a 101-yard effort that included his first 2021...
    The 49ers saved some face with a comeback attempt, but for much of their 31-17 loss Sunday to the Cardinals, they looked totally outclassed by Arizona’s injury-riddled team. Now they are again tied for last place in the NFC West at 3-5, four and a half games behind the Cardinals, who hold the head-to-head tiebreaker against them. Here is what head coach Kyle Shanahan, tight end George Kittle and other 49ers had to say after the loss: Kyle Shanahan On what the game says about the 49ers: “That we didn’t play very well today at all. I was real disappointed. Thought we’d play really well. Had a good week of practice, I thought we’d even improved from the week prior, but obviously it didn’t go that way.” On the defense: “It seemed like they were in second and less than five after every first down, give up all these free yards, explosives on screens… I don’t think they punted until the third quarter. And then on offense, you gotta come out and you...
    Facing a short-handed Cardinals team was the exact opportunity the 49ers needed to climb back into the NFC mix. Instead, they laid a total egg.  Entering Week 9 at 3-4, if the San Francisco 49ers were to have any hope of earning a playoff spot in the NFC, they needed a win at home against the Arizona Cardinals. Seemingly lucky for them, though, the chips fell perfectly for that to happen with both Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins ruled out for the contest. Unfortunately, the 49ers basically ruled themselves out once the ball was put in play. San Francisco allowed Colt McCoy to dice them up to the tune of a 22-of-26 performance for 249 yards and one touchdown. They also gave up 163 rushing yards, even with Chase Edmonds going out early, and turned the ball over three times. In a matchup that was totally winnable as Arizona was without their two best players, the 49ers did everything in their power to give the game away and, ultimately, succeeded in a 31-17 loss that drops them to 3-5.49ers are...
    The Clemson Tigers look to improve their 2021 record with a win over the Louisville Cardinals on Saturday. The Clemson Tigers are not going to make the College Football Playoff, given that they have lost three games this season. But they are going to ensure that they finish way above .500, as they seek their sixth win of the year. But, they will have to face the Louisville Cardinals. Louisville will host their ACC rivals at Cardinal Stadium this Saturday. But when was the last time the Cardinals defeated the Tigers?When is the last time Louisville defeated Clemson?The last time the Cardinals earned a win over the Tigers was, well, never. The two schools have met six times, with Clemson winning all of them. They last played each other two years ago, with Clemson cruising to a 45-10 victory. The year prior to that, Louisville was blown out 77-16. Louisville came close in 2016 when Lamar Jackson nearly upset the Deshaun Watson-led Tigers, but the Cardinals fell short 42-36. This is far from the Clemson powerhouse that we have...
    SANTA CLARA — The hard truth is that of late, it’s been easier to find George Kittle in the training room than on the field. That will change Sunday when the 49ers (3-4) host the Arizona Cardinals (7-1) at Levi’s Stadium, with Kittle expected to resume his duties as the starting tight end after missing three games because of a calf injury that also affected his Achillles’. Coach Kyle Shanahan said Kittle will be activated off injured reserve Saturday. “I feel good,” Kittle said. “Doing what I can to be prepared for Sunday. Not practicing, definitely some rust there. But just getting back out there, it’s like riding a bike, I guess. Catch the ball, run some routes. Hit some people. It’s football.” And football means everything to Kittle, the most prolific receiving tight end in franchise history in 2018-19 with 173 receptions, 2,430 yards and 10 touchdowns. His numbers, plus passion and aggression bordering on violence, are what earned Kittle a five-year contract worth a maximum of $75 million, a per-year average of $15 million...
    Eternals Director Chloé Zhao Says Shes Kept Tabs on Harry Styles Since His Role in Dunkirk Australia Hits 80% Vaccination; China Jabs Kids: Virus Update © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is officially questionable for Sunday’s game against the 49ers with an ankle injury. But Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim hinted on Friday that the team may err on the side of caution with Murray. Keim said on 98.7 that the Cardinals have to focus on more than just one game when deciding what to do with their franchise quarterback. Keim’s comments sounded similar to the comments that Cowboys officials made last week before ultimately deciding not to play quarterback Dak Prescott. “I know Kyler can play, he extremely tough, and I don’t think there are any questions in our organization internally about his mental makeup or his willingness to play through anything,” Keim said, via the Cardinals’ website. “We have to be smart whether he is going to play or not and think about the...
    Workers face Jan. 4 deadline as Biden rolls out COVID-19 vaccine rules for large businesses Marines shifting away from replaceable force, general says A new spate of injuries brings a new slate of start/sit debates and we're here to answer them all for every matchup on the slate. There are glaring Week 9 examples of players you should start and sit. There are also examples of sleepers who could provide unexpected production and big names who could flop based on these Week 9 matchups. Every week we'll break down every game on the slate and pinpoint the players you need to know in every matchup. © Provided by CBS Sports EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY - OCTOBER 11: (NEW YORK DAILIES OUT) Chase Edmonds #29 of the Arizona Cardinals in action against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on October 11, 2020 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Cardinals defeated the Jets 30-10. The best part is that you get to have a say in who makes this story every week! Follow me on Twitter and look for...
    Climate change: US vs. China -- Heres how the two biggest emitters stack up Biden Says China Made ‘Mistake’ Skipping G-20, COP26 Summits Subscribe to the Yahoo Fantasy Football Forecast Apple Podcasts • Spotify • Stitcher • Google Podcasts Scott Pianowski is joined as always for a Wednesday betting lines podcast by Frank Schwab. They chat about this week's piece of betting advice (don't bother with money line favorites) before diving into the week's lines. The Packers are a one-point favorite against the Chiefs in what many thought pre-season would be a Super Bowl matchup. Elsewhere in the league, the Arizona Cardinals and Cincinnati Bengals are looking to bounce back against disappointing Week 8 losses. Stay up to date with the latest fantasy football news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooFantasy Follow Scott @Scott_Pianowski Follow Andy @AndyBehrens Follow Dalton @DaltonDelDon Follow Liz @LizLoza_FF Follow Matt @MattHarmon_BYB Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at yahoosports.com/podcasts
    Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina are connected as one of the great batteries in baseball history. They’re also great enough friends to vacation together. When you’ve spent 15 years working as closely together as Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina, you’ve got to have a solid relationship. The longtime Cardinals‘ battery is more than just a pair of teammates. They’re genuine friends. The kind that vacation together. Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molinas families are gonna be spending Thanksgiving together at Yadis house in Puerto Rico this year ???? "I cant wait to see what Puerto Rican Thanksgiving is like" pic.twitter.com/lL6zQ3mKqi — Jomboy Media (@JomboyMedia) October 29, 2021 Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina are spending Thanksgiving together Wainwright and his family are heading to Puerto Rico to celebrate Thanksgiving with Molina and his family. It’s just further proof of how close the two are. It also explains how the pitcher and catcher have managed to serve as a battery 305 times since 2007 with such great results. They clearly like working together and being around each other. The partnership wouldn’t have worked...
    The Packers beating the Cardinals 24-21 got some impressive TV ratings. According to TVSeriesFinale.com, the duel between Aaron Rodgers and Kyler Murray averaged 13.05 million viewers on Fox in the early data. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Due to the fact it was a live sporting event, the final numbers will be higher.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Green Bay Packers (@packers) Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. There was another night of primetime football in America, and the ratings are very impressive. At this point, you might as well just set your watch to it. People just love football, especially when two great quarterbacks like Rodgers and Murray are slinging it against each other.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Green Bay Packers (@packers) You also have to pour one out for all the people who actually attempted to cancel football. How dumb do all those people feel right now? They tried to stop millions of Americans from enjoying...
    The Green Bay Packers beat the Cardinals 24-21 on one of the weirdest plays in football history. With 15 seconds remaining in the game, Kyler Murray threw a pass to A.J. Green in the end zone, but the receiver didn’t even attempt to look for the ball. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The pass was picked off by Green Bay and that ended the game. You can watch the absurd play unfold below. RASUL DOUGLAS INTERCEPTS MURRAY. #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/ZIDly9m0Bc — NFL (@NFL) October 29, 2021 I’m not sure I’ve ever seen anything like this before in my life. Green was out there like he was going to block in one-on-one coverage, Murray threw the ball his way, the former Bengals star didn’t turn around and the pass was intercepted. Seriously, what the hell was that? Was it a miscommunication or did Green have no idea what was going on? Kyler Murray: “AJ.. CATCH?!?!” A.J. Green: pic.twitter.com/dGa9T3zC8p — NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) October 29, 2021 There’s simply no excuse for that kind of...
    The undefeated Arizona Cardinals host the Green Bay Packers at State Farm Stadium on Thursday night. The Arizona Cardinals are the lone remaining undefeated team in the NFL, as they have won all seven of their games thus far. But on Thursday night, they faced a 6-1 Green Bay Packers team that was hit with multiple absences due to COVID-19 protocols. Arizona had the chance to go 8-0 during Thursday Night Football at State Farm Stadium.Is the Arizona Cardinals field real grass?The field at State Farm Stadium is natural grass, and also retractable. The playing field is in a deep tray and rolled inside the venue on 546 steel wheels for Cardinals games, and outside for concerts or other events. The process takes about 70 minutes, per State Farm Stadium’s official website. Here is what stadium website says about the retractable playing field: Designed to have the feel and playability of a traditional grass playing surface, the field allows sporting events to be played on natural grass (Tifway 419) indoors while providing unrestricted access to the stadium floor for events and...
    Kelly Osbourne Celebrates 5 Months of Sobriety on 37th Birthday: I Am Filled with So Much Gratitude U.S. economy slows sharply to 2% annualized rate in third quarter Davante Adams is one of the best players in the NFL. Whatever he gets in his next contract extension will be well earned.  And yet, if you haven't heard this stat yet it's worth noting before the Packers play Thursday night: Since Matt LaFleur took over as Packers head coach in 2019, Green Bay is 6-0 in games without Adams.  That's not to diminish Adams' value. It's just to point out that bailing on the Packers might be a mistake.  Adams, fellow receiver Allen Lazard and defensive coordinator Joe Barry are likely to miss Thursday night's showdown against the Arizona Cardinals due to COVID-19 related reasons. The line, which was Packers +3.5 to start the week, jumped up to +6.5 at BetMGM.  The reasons for the shift are justified. The Cardinals are 7-0 and there's no reason to believe they're not legit. They have wins over quality teams. The Packers are...
    Arizona Cardinals star J.J. Watt is likely done for the season. According to Adam Schefter, Watt needs shoulder surgery, and it’s likely that the injury ends his 2021 season with the Cardinals. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Watt was hurt during the second quarter this past Sunday, but managed to finish the game. Cardinals’ DE J.J. Watt will undergo what is now likely to be season-ending shoulder surgery, sources tell ESPN. No date set yet for surgery. Watt hurt his shoulder in the second quarter Sunday and still managed to play the rest of the game with the injury. pic.twitter.com/Y2pzFV8sFQ — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 28, 2021 This is really unfortunate for Watt and the Cardinals. Right now, the Cardinals are 7-0 and have absolutely manhandled many of their opponents. Through seven games, it’s hard to argue that there’s been a more impressive team in the NFL. The #AZCardinals have listed J.J. Watt as out for Thursday night with a shoulder injury. — Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) October 27, 2021 Unfortunately, injuries are...
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    States prepare to receive pediatric Pfizer doses ahead of full approval for ages 5-11: Live COVID-19 updates Expo 2020 Dubais most spectacular pavilions The Packers are going to be shorthanded on offense in their "Thursday Night Football" game against the Cardinals. The team is going to have to try to defeat the unbeaten Cardinals without Davante Adams at their disposal. Adams is the Packers' leading receiver in 2021, and he is on pace for a 1,800-yard season. He has twice as many targets as any other Packer and has outgained the second-leading receiver on the roster, running back Aaron Jones, by more than 500 yards. Green Bay has actually fared well without Adams in recent seasons. They have posted a 6-0 record without him under coach Matt LaFleur, but Aaron Rodgers still isn't looking forward to the absence of his favorite target. "We're not a better team without him, that's for sure. I'd have to look at each of those games, but we just found a way. … Others guys just got to step up," Rodgers said Tuesday of...
    The Green Bay Packers have placed Davante Adams on the COVID-19 list. According to a Monday afternoon release from the Packers, the superstar receiver has been placed on the list, and it’s unclear if he’ll play Thursday against the Cardinals. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Being on the list doesn’t necessarily mean Adams has tested positive. You can land on the list after a close contact situation. #Packers place WR Davante Adams on reserve/COVID-19 list https://t.co/WqEA0eR0fs — Green Bay Packers (@packers) October 25, 2021 Hopefully, Adams feels just fine and isn’t experiencing any symptoms or other issues. The last thing anyone wants to see is someone get sick. From a roster standpoint, the Packers could be in huge trouble Thursday night against the Cardinals if he’s not able to go. Davante Adams has magnets for hands.@tae15adams #GoPackGo ????: #WASvsGB on FOX ????: NFL app pic.twitter.com/vixMitvFBM — NFL (@NFL) October 24, 2021 Davante Adams is Aaron Rodgers favorite weapon, and the Packers are going to need to put up serious points if...
    The St. Louis Cardinals are reportedly hiring Oliver Marmol as their new manager. The St. Louis Cardinals went on a historic 17-game winning streak to clinch the final Wild Card spot in the National League. Yes, they did lose to the Los Angeles Dodgers in the single-elimination postseason game, but it was certainly shocking to read that manager Mike Shildt was let go by the organization over “philosophical differences.” But there could be something looming with the Cardinals? According to Derrick S. Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Sunday, the Cardinals had identified internal candidates to replace Shildt as manager, with the leader in those discussions being bench coach Oliver Marmol. Sure enough, The Athletic’s Katie Woo reported shortly afterwards that the Cardinals will announce Marmol as their next manager in a press conference on Monday morning. #Cardinals, bunkered in this part week, had identified internal candidates for manager spots (Marmol appeared the leader in discussions according to sources). Had also made offers to coaches for return while exploring the possibility of adding to staff former Cardinals player(s). —...