The 11-3 Red Birds face the 10-4 Seattle Seahawks tonight at University of Phoenix Stadium in a battle for the NFC West crown. A victory would seal home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs for the Cards – and they are starting their third-string quarterback.
By now, everyone knows the numbers – the San Diego State product has thrown 181 career passes in the NFL without a touchdown pass, a dubious league record. Lindley also has tossed seven interceptions and owns just a 52 percent completion rate.
That doesn't matter to the Seattle Seahawks at all.
"We’re going to give him a tremendous amount of respect,” Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman said of Lindley via espn.com. “We’re going to attack them the same way we’d attack if he were the No. 1 quarterback.”
The two-time All-Pro cornerback said he expects the Cardinals to do the same things offensively they were doing when Carson Palmer and second-string QB Drew Stanton were on the field.Read more... Join the Conversation...