Cardinals Are Being Prepped For Destruction


NFL.com’s Jason La Canfora has reported that Beanie Wells is “very, very doubtful” to play on Sunday. That’s not the only bad news for the Cardinals. They have to play the Ravens coming off a loss.

Bill Belichick is notorious for having his team ready after a loss. Including postseason, he lost 2 straight games 2 times in 2009. He’s only done that 15 times in his career and most of those were in 2000 and 2002.

Including postseason, the Patriots have a 5-game winning streak coming off losses. Including postseason, the Ravens have won their last 11 games coming off losses by an average margin of victory of 14.8 points.

Coming off their 26-13 loss to the Titans, the Ravens punched out the Rams 37-7 on the road with 553 yards and 25 first downs on offense.

After having all off-season to think about their 31-24 postseason loss to the Steelers in Pittsburgh, they opened this season with a 35-7 win in Baltimore.

After losing 13-10 to the Steelers at home, they traveled to beat the Texans 34-28 in overtime with offensive, defensive and special teams touchdowns.

After losing 26-21 to the Falcons on the road, they piledrove the Panthers 37-13 on the road, forcing five turnovers.

After losing 23-20 in overtime to the Patriots on the road, they beat the Bills at home 37-34 in overtime.

After a 20-3 road defeat to the Colts in the 2009 postseason, they opened 2010 with a vicious 10-9 eradication of the Jets where the defense allowed just six first downs during the entire game.

Following a tough 33-31 loss to the Vikings on the road in 2009, they beat the Broncos 30-7. In fact, the rest of the regular season saw four more losses accompanied by 16-0, 20-17 in overtime, 48-3, and 21-13 wins after each one.

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