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Cardinals Slide Continues; Drop to 4-6 Following 23-19 Loss to …

Cardinals Slide Continues; Drop to 4-6 Following 23-19 Loss to Falcons

cardinalsgab.com Updated Nov 18, 2012
Once again the Cardinals fought, but in the end they couldn’t pull it out, losing in Atlanta to the Falcons Sunday 23-19 to drop to 4-6. The team had to turn to another QB, as rookie Ryan Lindley stepped in for John Skelton. Lindley managed 178 yards in
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  • Video - Sunday Blitz: Cardinals-Falcons Recap 01:13

    Sunday Blitz: Cardinals-Falcons Recap

    Nov 18
    Cary Chow and Cris Carter break down the Falcons' 23-19 win over the Cardinals
  • Video - Falcons Overcome Ryan's 5-INT Day 00:34

    Falcons Overcome Ryan's 5-INT Day

    Nov 18
    Matt Ryan threw for a career-worst five interceptions in the Falcons' 23-19 win over the Cardinals.
  • Video - Cardinals postgame press conference 01:39

    Cardinals postgame press conference

    Nov 18
    Cardinals react following game with Falcons
  • Video - Cardinals vs. Falcons highlights 04:31

    Cardinals vs. Falcons highlights

    Nov 18
    Despite Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan's five interceptions, the Falcons defeated the Arizona Cardinals 23-19 in their Week 11 matchup.

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