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Arizona Cardinals Will Go East, Where the Results Weren’t Pretty in 2008
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Jan 3rd 2009 7:35PM by Michael David Smith (author feed)
Filed under: AZ Cardinals, Giants, Panthers
The good news for the Arizona Cardinals is that they won today’s wild card playoff game, beating the Atlanta Falcons and advancing to the divisional round.

The bad news is that in the divisional round, they’ll play either at the Carolina Panthers or at the New York Giants. And the Cardinals have been absolutely atrocious when traveling east this season.

The Cardinals went 0-5 on the East Coast this season, and they were blown out in three of those five losses, losing 56-35 at the New York Jets, 48-20 at the Philadelphia Eagles and 47-7 at the New England Patriots. Whether the Cardinals have jet lag or just need their assistant to the traveling secretary to find them more comfortable hotel rooms, long road trips have been rough for Arizona.

The good news is that of their five East Coast losses in 2008, the closest was to the Panthers, who beat the Cardinals just 27-23. Perhaps Carolina is the one place out East the Cardinals feel comfortable playing. They’ll find out tomorrow, based on the Eagles-Vikings result, whether they’re going to play there again.

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