Arizona Cardinals: Win Over Seahawks and New Left Tackle Choice Jamarco Jones

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Updated: December 23, 2019
The Seahawks looked nothing like a playoff team in getting dominated 27-13 by five-win Arizona at CenturyLink Field. The home fans booed throughout then began to leave with 4 minutes remaining in the debacle. The Seahawks (11-4) entered Sunday knowing no matter the result against the Cardinals, Seattle must beat San Francisco at home next Sunday to win the NFC West. That’s still true. But losing Carson coupled with the Seahawks’ performance Sunday makes the road ahead daunting. Wilson got sacked five times, four times by end Chandler Jones steaming around fill-in Jamarco Jones, who was playing left tackle because Pro Bowl veteran Duane Brown sat out with the biceps and knee issues that have been bothering him for months. Read More..
 
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZTiod61HoXJ0iklPU6rvOUeHz9ufi3Qqa4Xag9j379VCtCDhF0CdZ_I_kpD9P3ugUDFDbmp1Y0QbjVqfdweV7JbSxVqmhyWjYuEspeLi.s0EwT8ONY4ybdZel5ONwePq_a7ET.zQcZ6.ZHYnaJtwc.lBSccXppT93AJZlYsUgStQiRcI3rlkaPBWhen take on the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday afternoon, they will be without starting left tackle Duane Brown. Brown, of course, has been battling a biceps injury, along with some kind of knee ailment, for the majority of the season, but the Week 16 matchup will be only his third missed start of the year. With Brown out, the assumption has been that George Fant would step in and start at left tackle, however, John Schneider was on the radio earlier on Sunday, and who the starter is could come as somewhat of a surprise. Interesting --- John Schneider hints on pre-game radio show that Jamarco Jones will start at left tackle. Says "we'll see how it goes.'' Team may prefer to keep Fant in his usual role. Read More..
 
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZQ41xvyP1kfZ1O7pNQlFAKL9qMzOsm4eqXFmrf94qdAnx9ZqNoxldrjHdv5TWWWWNOHaFe.2g_z0FdS9EYNrBep15IEq.eW2wMLFrGnSQawsxoYKW9XeLeisQ92lg7jDALkXG8TwI1qafRSDfQELTG3LXyKb2780lQ- The Seattle Seahawks are 11-3 and just two games away from the playoffs. But division foes, the Arizona Cardinals (4-9-1), are headed to CenturyLink Field in Week 16 and they are playing a “better brand of football” than Seattle saw earlier in the season. The Cardinals dominant running game, led by FedEx Ground Player of the Week, Kenyan Drake, will keep Seattle’s defense on their toes. Drake is coming off a 137-yard, four touchdown showing against the Browns. Read More..
 

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