Sunday, January 18, 2009

NFC Championship Game Eagles @ Cardinals Live Blog 1st Half

All right, it's almost time for kickoff in Glendale. Here are the picks from the people at Fox.

Frank: Cardinals
Jimmy: Eagles
Michael: Eagles
Howie: Eagles
Terry: Cardinals

And all 5 of them went with Pittsburgh in the AFC title game. And yes, Curt just confirmed that TB is flying out to Glendale. And we also get the official unveiling of Lebron's "big announcement". Yay, State Farm commercial! (Not that we didn't know that already).

Joe and Troy are coming up after the break.

"One of these teams is 4 quarters away from the Super Bowl and a trip to Tampa, Florida." - Joe Buck stating the obvious.

Not a bad rendition from Jordin Sparks. A bit over the top toward the end, but alas, we've seen worse.

When Joe Buck calls games in Arizona, the road team wins.The Giants were officially the road team in the Super Bowl.The Vikings beat Arizona.I conclude that the Eagles will win. (Via SSR)

Don't forget Philly's record with Buck the past few months. He's done the last 5 Eagles games where the Eagles have a 4-1 record and he called the Phils winning the World Series.

Akers kick is downed in the endzone by Arrington and we are underway! Edge picks up a couple on first down. Warner completes to Boldin for 7. Warner on third down finds Fitzgerald over the middle for a first down and a big gain past the 45! Boldin catches a quick pass from Warner and picks up 9. Edge pushes the pile forward for a first down.

Inside Eagle territory at the 40, Warner hands off to James who bounces it to the outside and picks up 16! James again with another carry and another first down inside the 20! Hightower picks up 4.

"How can a football blow off a tee in a dome? Maybe the noise knocked it off." - Joe Buck before the kickoff. (Via James Craven and Mal)

Kurt Warner finds Fitzgerald over the middle! Fitzgerald breaks a tackle! BREAKS ANOTHER TACKLE AND HE'S IN! TOUCHDOWN ARIZONA! The extra point is good and the Cardinals lead 7-0.

Can I get a "FIRE ANDY REID NOW!" please? (Via James Craven)

FIRE ANDY REID NOW! The kickoff goes out of bounds and the Eagles will have the ball at their own 40. How do you have a kickoff out of bounds in a dome? McNabb on first down is under pressure but he'll take off down the field for a big gain of over 20! That's the McNabb the Eagles need! Penalty was for an offsides on the Cards. Westbrook gets 4 on the carry. And yes, SSR, I think that tight end may be a traitor....

McNabb finds Celek on the completion but Celek gets walloped at the line and Joe Buck is being kind by giving him a yard on that completion. McNabb on 3rd down with all day and he finds Westbrook for 6 and a first down! Good grief! Is this an NFC title game or practice?

Toss to Westbrook gets a couple. LJ Smith catches it in the backfield and breaks a tackle and makes a nice play to turn what looked like a sure loss into a gain of 5. 3rd down and 4 becomes 3rd and 9 on the false start.

"Cardinals are coming." - Joe Buck.

Eww. McNabb has his pass batted down and that will bring up 4th come and on will come Akers to try a 45-yard and make it 18-straight post season field goals. Akers kick is up...AND GOOD! He killed that thing. 7-3 Cardinals still lead.

Joe B on Akers kick: "absolutely funked". (Via Mal
Mal, that came from Mr. Slamma Lamma Ding Dong himself (JamesCraven)

I was wondering what that second word was. Especially when I first heard it, I thought he said it was "absolutely fuc...." The kickoff is taken by Arrington to the 24.

"Eagles and Cardinals banging into each other today." - Joe Buck who clearly has his mind in the gutter today.

Handoff to James goes for a yard. Warner's pass on 2nd down is incomplete. 3rd down, and Warner finds Fitzgerald for 8. The punt by Graham goes 34 yards before going out of bounds.

McNabb can't connect with a wide-open DeSean Jackson on first down. Westbrook is stopped at the line as it seemed like Joe Buck had problems identifying the line of scrimmage. McNabb on 3rd down throws it up and it's TIPPED AND INTERCEPTED BY FRANCISCO! FRANCISCO DOWN THE SIDELINES AND HE LOSES THE BALL! EAGLES RECOVER AND HAVE A NEW SET OF DOWNS! INCREDIBLE!

McNabb on 1st down GOES DEEP FOR LEWIS WHO DROPS IT! Ex-Eagle Roderick Hood makes the play. Thanks for nothing Rod! McNabb puts the buscuit in the Baskett on 2nd down for the 1st and Kendra's happy. Westbrook busts one up the middle for a gain of 14 and into Cardinal territory! Buckhalter takes it and reverses field for a nice gain of 9. Buckhalter takes the carry and has the 1st down at the 35.

Well, that was a fun little quarter of football, wasn't it? 7-3 Arizona after 1.

"And he just tried squeeeezin' one in there." (Via David) Was that Aikman?

Troy, after the INT/Fumble: "good things happen around the football". Not really sure what that means and I don't think he does either (Via Mal)

Westbrook gets nothing. As Joe tells us the Eagles have done an incredible feat of running 4 straight running plays. McNabb's pass is incomplete. 3rd and 10 from the 35, McNabb has alld day dumps it off to Celek, tries to leap over the defender!...and gets taken down for a gain of 5.

Here comes Akers from 47-yards...NO GOOD! Akers streak is over and it's still 7-3 Arizona.

Warner on first down fires one deep down the field that is CAUGHT BY FITZGERALD WHO WALKS IN FOR THE EASY TOUCHDOWN! The penalty is roughing the passer and the PAT is good and it's 14-3 Arizona.

I'm not sure who...but somebody got absolutely funked on that play. (Via Mal)

There was definitley some funking going on on that play. And kudos to SSR for calling that play. We'd love to have you as our head coach in waiting in Philly.

Buckhalter gets 3 on the carry.

"Sold out this game in 6-minutes." - Joe Buck

That's a far cry from struggling to sell the place out for the wild card game against Atlanta. False start sends the Eagles back 5, but McNabb finds Curtis for 11. 3rd down and McNabb is SACKED! But holding on Arizona gives the Eagles a first down. McNabb finds Curtis over the middle! Curtis bounces it to the outside and he gets 47, all the way to the Cardinal 19!

Buckhalter picks up 7 on the carry up the middle. McNabb's pass for Lewis loses a couple and I have a feeling he won't be back next year. McNabb's 3rd down pass is incomplete and once again we'll see Akers.

Akers kick is up.....IT'S GOOD! No problem on that one and it's 14-6 Arizona.

Eagles may be losing, but I must say, this has been an entertaining game up to this point.

"You can bang them"-Aikman talking about what you can and can't do with the players involved in that defensive holding play. (Via Yet Another Idiot With A Music Blog)

Nice to see the NFL does not discriminate based on sexuality. Arrington takes the kick to the 27. James gets a big gain to the 47! Gain of 5 by Hightower.

"And here's Digger!" - Joe Buck

Arrington catches the pass and gets 17! From the 29, Hightower gets 3 on the carry. Pope makes the catch and he gets 15! Damn, Warner is lighting it up today. From the 14, James gets nothing.

And now a random fact that I just thought of. The Eagles have played 2-road NFC title games. Kurt Warner was the opposing QB in both of those games. Breston makes the completion for the first down by half of a football. 1st and goal from the 4, Arrington gets a yard. If there was ever time for a goal line stand, this is it. 2nd and goal, Warner's pass is incomplete but there's a flag down and that's pass interference and 1st and goal from the 1.

Warner on 1st and goal fires the FADE FOR FITZGERALD AND IT'S CAUGHT IN THE ENDZONE! TOUCHDOWN CARDINALS! The PAT is up and good and it's 21-6 Cardinals.

What on earth did Buck say after the touchdown? It sounded like "Double-Double!"

Snap it McNabb, snap it! That ball was not out of bounds! FUCK! THEY'RE CHALLENGING! (End moment of homerism)

Oh. My. God. Kickoff out of bounds is a dead ball and that's Eagle ball at the 40. What a break for Philadelphia, and as an Eagle fan, I'll admit, that's not what happened.

Oh, they rule it touched Abiamiri. Anyway, that probably should be Cardinal ball ao I'm sure the Eagles will take it regardless. Celek picks up 8 on the completion. McNabb again to Celek and that's a first down. McNabb drops back and throws it to no one and gets called for intentional grounding.

Buck: "Play over, even if the call may not be correct." Ed Hochuli agrees. (Via RJBO)

Great way to officiate. Celek gets 8 on the completion and it's 3rd and 14. McNabb tries to launch one down the field for Avant who can't come up with it. Frankly, I'm just glad that it was not picked off. There were red jersies everywhere. Good punt from Rocca and the Cardinals are pinned inside their own 20. Boldin gets 5 on the completion and there's a penalty on Demps for unnecessary roughness.

Fringe. Sounds like a bad story about the New York Giants offense. (JamesCraven)

Hilarious! Warner fires and it's TIPPED BY MIKELL AND SOMEHOW CAUGHT BY BOLDIN! That ball did hit the ground though. The booth is reviewing it and this one should come back.

The call is reversed and there's not much of a reaction from the Cardinal crowd, which tells you exactly how obvious that one was on replay. Kudos to Boldin though for actually nearly catching it. It's 2nd and 10 form the 36. Arrington loses 6 on the carry and the Eagles call time out.

"Warner and Arrington banged into each other." - Joe Buck

Thank goodness he said "into". 3rd and 15, Warner finds Urban for 18 yards and a first down! Wow. Fitzgerald all alone makes the catch for 14. Warner throws it out of bounds.

"There's some history between these 2. If you go back to 1947...." - Joe Buck

Yeah, I don't think anyone playing this game was alive then. Warner is SACKED! 3rd and 17 and we've seen this before. Warner dumps it to Boldin who gets it to the 40. And on will come Rackers to attempt a field goal and maybe a dagger if this becomes a 3-score game.

From 49-yards out, Rackers kick is up.......IT'S GOOD! That may be a dagger. 24-6 Cardinals at the half.

I'll see you guys in the 2nd half thread.

158 comments:

  1. When Joe Buck calls games in Arizona, the road team wins.


    The Giants were officially the road team in the Super Bowl.

    The Vikings beat Arizona.


    I conclude that the Eagles will win.

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  2. Case you missed it, frank picked Arizona and Pittsburgh. And he also seleceted the Steelers winning Super Bowl XLIII. Jimmie Johnson disagreed.

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  3. Oh Crap the Eagles are jinxed. The ball fell off the tee.

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  4. "Maybe the noise knocked it off."

    Or maybe the vibrations, Joe.

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  5. Joe B: How can a football blow off the tee inside a dome? Maybe the noise knocked it off.

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  6. Sounds like a lot of Eagles fans made the trip.

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  7. Mal, the field is portable, and it is subject to vibrations.

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  8. The Eagles better be careful. If they blitz a lot they will keep getting burned.

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  9. Oh, crap...

    Can I get a "FIRE ANDY REID NOW!" please?

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  10. Umm....Jim Johnson, rush more than 5 next time.

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  11. What has happened to the Eagles run defense.

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  12. Now let's watch Andy waste a challenge.

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  13. Did the tight end try and push Fitzgerald backwards?

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  14. SSR, I hope that "Nathan Brice" or one of his alter egos doesn't come around for the AFC Live Blog you have. Otherwise, I predict a long night of mockeration!

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  15. If he does I'll just blacklist him.

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  16. I hate to say this but Arizona reminds me of the 89 49ers team. An offensive juggernaunt in the playoffs that just ran over people.

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  17. Hey, the Cards are still jumping offsides a lot.

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  18. Larry Fitzgerald = beast mode

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  19. As I was trying to say before I was interrupted...

    "One guy in Boston told me to get out of his yard."

    Bill Hoodycheat much?

    And BTW, who won the lickoff between the Williams Siters and the Manning Brothers?

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  20. Well, the Philly offense also looks like juggernauts if just judging them on those first two plays.

    By the way, the TE is a backup as the starter is out, so that is probably a good reason why he's a backup.

    I'd like to see the Cardinals win (sorry, JFein), but the Eagles would be wise to use the run more often. I mean, if they allowed McNabb a 22 yard run...

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  21. Clancy Pendergast?

    That's not a defensive cooordinator's name, that's more like a comedian!

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  22. Fantastic start to this game.


    Too bad Andy Reid went pass happy again.

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  23. Joe B on Akers kick: "absolutely funked".

    Huh?

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  24. Oh, boy! It's the DSRL. "Oh, man, there's blimp in my milk". That's a good one Peyton.

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  25. Mal, that came from Mr. Slamma Lamma Ding Dong himself.

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  26. I've got something the Williams sisters can lick... Hey, you all were thinking it, I just said it:-)

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  27. Alrighty Andrew, just get thine mind out of the gutter.

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  28. Are we still doing the "stay classy" thing? If so, stay classy, Andy. If not, the "get your mind out of the gutter comment from JC works.

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  29. Shaun Alexander circa 2006 would've run backwards 5 yards.

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  30. Check that. Plus 50 billion to Andy.

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  31. Cardinals special teams is one heaping load of FAIL!


    Hey, the Eagles blitzed and it forced a punt! What a novel idea.

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  32. "Stay Classy" is usually reserved for Swearing Man or those trolls who talk about their, well, Oscar Meyer weiners, Mal. The "Get your mind out of the gutter" is reserved for regulars who use double (or multiple) entandres.

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  33. Very funny guys. + 100000000 to Andy.

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  34. Come on McNabb, he was wide open and you made an easy play difficult for D-Jax.

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  35. Why would Lebron dream of playing for the Browns? You can't be a global icon in Cleveland.

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  36. A turnover on a turnover. How bizarre, how bizarre!

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  37. This is my first visit to the blog. For those who may be wondering, I am not Andy Reid posting comments from the sideline when I should be coaching... though I can see why some would think that was the case.

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  38. That has to be one of the craziest plays I have ever seen. Great job DeSean, keep making Cal proud.

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  39. "And he just tried squeeeezin' one in there."

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  40. Troy, after the INT/Fumble: "good things happen around the football". Not really sure what that means and I don't think he does either.

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  41. As it is, it's The Reciever Next Door...

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  42. Has Andy Reid forgot about his running game?

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  43. Arizona did this in the Seahawks game in Qwest.

    Karlos Dansby picked off a Hasselbeck pass and he fumbled deep in his own territory, and the Seahawks got a touchdown later.

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  44. Guess Mr. Reid didn't forget the running game on that last play.

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  45. Holy Crap! Two handoff's in a row and they both picked up big yards. Who would have thought that.

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  46. That was the funnest quarter this postseason.


    And when I have total disregard for grammar then you KNOW it was special.

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  47. Three handoffs, big yards on two of them.

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  48. Tell me JFein, why did't Fixed 29 do their GameDay Live show today? Any ideas?

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  49. Joe B: "The Eagles have run the ball four straight plays". What was not said, but we all thought..."and they may not run the ball again until the first pre-season game in August".

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  50. When it comes to hurdling players, Knowshawn Moreno > Bret Celek.

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  51. Watch Arizona go deep for a touchdown.

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  52. I'm glad we don't do Nordic Tuesday in my office.

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  53. I guess Conan's favorite robot is getting ready for the Daytona 500 next month.

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  54. Great call by both the Cardinals and SSR.

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  55. Called it.


    The same way I'm getting closer to calling this game.

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  56. Way to get pumped on that call Joe!

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  57. I'm not sure who...but somebody got absolutely funked on that play.

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  58. Cletus just shot himself after hearing that call from Joe Buck.

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  59. What was the last postseason game played in Arizona? And who called that game?

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  60. Looks like Andy and Donavan are going to lose another NFC championship game.

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  61. Cardinals in the Super Bowl? Not something I ever thought I would see. Hope Baltimore/Pittsburgh takes it easy on them.

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  62. Brennaman gushing of Tebow still > than Baikman gushing of Fitzgerald. Games not over yet though.

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  63. "Watch Arizona go deep for a touchdown."

    You are a prophet, SSReporters.

    With that, we may not see the Eagles call another run play for awhile. Now, if the Eagles would try a trick play like that, I have a feeling it'd end up in disaster, especially if Mr. Reid designed it himself.

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  64. And they still hate the Bidwells in St. Louis, and might hate Georgia Frontiere's children if they sell the team and it moves back to LA.

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  65. The Cardinals are your new dynasty......provided they clone Kurt Warner and he never ages.

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  66. Crowd noise is definitely having an effect on Eagles o-line... second false start.

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  67. A pass play on 3rd and 1 and it ends up in a sack... FIRE ANDY REID NOW! Luckily for them they get a huge break there.

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  68. 3rd and 1 - by all means drop back and take a sack. AReid saved by a penalty.

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  69. WTF Reid? Play action on 3rd and short, really? Good thing A. Smith saved your a$$ on that one.

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  70. Arizona's stupidity is keeping Philadelphia in the game.


    "You can bang him and I thought that was pretty good." - Aikman

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  71. "You can bang them"-Aikman talking about what you can and can't do with the players involved in that defensive holding play.

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  72. Screen pass on 2nd and 3? Not a good idea when it loses yardage...

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  73. I would take Curtis over Desean Jackson any day.

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  74. Troy: "but I tell you, McNabb has missed the mark a lot in this first half". Just as the graphic shows McNabb as being 3 for 3 on the current drive.

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  75. Desean has 10 pounds of talent and half an ounce of brains.

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  76. Antonio Smith thinking he's on WWE SmackDown! costs his team points.

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  77. "What was the last postseason game played in Arizona? And who called that game?"

    Craven, before this season the Cardinals had never played a postseason game at home *in Arizona*. The game they played at home earlier in the month against the Falcons was called by NBC, so it was Tom Hammond, Cris Collinsworth, and Tiki Barber. I don't know if you asked that as a trivia question or if you didn't know yourself, but there's the answer.

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  78. YAIWAMB, the answer was "Joe Buck, Fox Sports, Super Bowl XLII" and was meant as sarcasm. Remember how Tyree made the catch on the Pats and how unexcited Buck was?

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  79. Emilio from Mr. Deeds is selling beer now?

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  80. I'm glad this one looks like it's going to be a crazy exciting game, because the AFC game is likely to be a 13-10 snore fest. Just my opinion because I like to see points scored and I'm not programmed to appreciate good D.

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  81. Oh ok. My bad. Yeah, Buck is getting a lot of heat this week for being emotionless in the booth. Heck, "Cletus" could probably be more exciting calling a game, and he's the FOX robot!

    Can someone explain that one sign from the Cardinals fan with the groundhog and a random guy with grey hair that is supposed to be someone famous but looks like no one in particular to me?

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  82. But then I think Buck proceeded to feel bad and he lost his mind on the Burress touchdown.

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  83. Those were respectively either Digger, Fox's NASCAR mascot or a groundhog and the late Rodney Dangerfield, YAIWAMB.

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  84. Most people can't recognize a Digger without a matching tie/highlighter combo.

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  85. The Cards have been the Iggles throwing long and short as well as running the ball. Very dominate thus far. Averaging better than 10 yards per play.

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  86. And we all know has happened to Plexiglass Burgess now, don't we?

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  87. Does the AZ coach have a female relative that Edge James sexually harassed? That's the only reason Hightower should ever be on the field.

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  88. @RJBO - going into the basketball archives for that one - nice.

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  89. Arizona is going to dominate the NFC West forever and ever.

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  90. Much respect to Fitzgerald, ten times better than TO or Ocho Cinco, and does things the right way.

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  91. *Special One impression* Very nice...

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  92. Is Chuck Norris calling the plays for the Cardinal offense?

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  93. Boy, SSR was thrilled to see that Lie To me promo with his Seahawks getting burned in Week One on the fake FG by the Bills.

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  94. -"How good is he at spotting lies?

    -"Joe Buck is faking it."


    /commercial fixed.

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  95. DAMN!!!!! THAT'S ARIZONA BALL!

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  96. Good call by the officials on that one... don't challenge you idiots, that one is obvious on the replay.

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  97. I'd like to see what the playcalling for the Eagles offense has been; they just showed the stats for the Cardinals offense, and the run-pass ratio for them is almost even. For Philly, I wouldn't be shocked if it's a 2-1 pass-run ratio for them.

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  98. It hit his arm and his foot was out of bounds, that's the ruling on the field and will stay that way.

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  99. @ James, I cannot believe we kept Bruce DeHaven after that debacle.

    This is the same man who coached the Bills in the Music City Miracle game.

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  100. Officials saved the AZ coach a wasted time out.

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  101. @YAIWAMB - Iggles 14 passes (8 of 14) and 10 runs.

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  102. And now 72,000 fans delivering a barnyard chant as Alfalfa would say.

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  103. Buck: "Play over, even if the call may not be correct."

    Ed Hochuli agrees.

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  104. I have no idea what Taikman is talking about most of the time.

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  105. Cards got screwed on that kickoff call.

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  106. Oh OK, Mal. By the end of the game it may be 2-1, as they're leaning on the pass now. It's not a surprise that they'd call a blitz there, when they haven't even attempted a run in awhile.

    FIRE ANDY REID NOW!

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  107. Well Arizona is going to win and I may consider not watching the Super Bowl.


    The ultimate b*tch slap to Seattle sports.

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  108. Am I the only one who saw that the officials got that kickoff call right? Maybe I'm the only one here with HD, lol

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  109. Does K. Warner end up in the Hall of Fame? I would vote for him if I had a vote.

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  110. Fringe. Sounds like a bad story about the New York Giants offense.

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  111. I wouldn't be surprised if the Cards get greedy here and give Eagles a break before the half

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  112. 39's sitting on his ass if I was coaching.

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  113. That won't be a catch, but that was a hell of an attempt by Boldin. I also like that they're not letting off the throttle yet; that is the right thing to do.

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  114. Andy - I didn't see it hit out of bounds or bounce off the Eagles player's buttocks. It should have been Cards ball IMHO.

    Pass-run ratio for the Iggles is almost 2 to 1 now. 19 vs. 10. 10 vs. 3 in 2nd quarter.

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  115. Almost an interception, I almost had that one called, damn.

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  116. Sorry, but the Eagles are lucky to be down by 15.

    The fumble and then the Smith penalty may have prevented this from being 35-0.

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  117. Mal, the ball touched the Eagles player's arm while his foot was out of bounds. That makes the ball out of bounds.

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  118. You can only almost have it called, for I have magical powers.


    The Eagles will now have one of the greatest comebacks ever.

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  119. Wow, did Warner tap his inner Andy Reid?

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  120. Warner is half retarded whenever a run play is called, just shows how little they have run the ball this year.

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  121. 3rd and 15 and you blitz.

    JJ is an asshat today.

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  122. Looks like Arizona will take the lead into the house for recess.

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  123. Mike Gandy got beat? Must not be his birthday.

    /Tom Hammond & Cris Collingsworth

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  124. AZ let the clock tick down with 2 timeouts left! I think the AZ coach took clock management lessons from Reid.

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  125. The wheels are coming off for the Iggles and the wheels are coming off for this blog!

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