How the Cardinals will score in the postseason
This article originally appeared on TheMMQB.com.
The NFL has a new addition to its regular-season schedule.
This week, the league is playing its second postseason game, a doubleheader against the Washington Redskins.
This time around, the Cardinals are hoping to win it.
How to watch the Cardinals-Redskins game The Cardinals (10-8) are in their first postseason game since 2008, when they played the Seattle Seahawks in Seattle.
The Cards have played five straight playoff games and haven’t lost since.
It was a pretty big comeback for the Cards after they lost the NFC championship game to the Seahawks in 2010.
They haven’t had a winning record in the playoffs since 2008.
They have won nine playoff games, which is second in the NFL behind the New Orleans Saints.
They’re also the only team to have won seven straight postseason games since 2008 — and the only two teams in the last decade to have a winning percentage of .750 or better.
So, how good are the Cardinals?
They’re playing in front of a huge crowd.
Arizona is averaging 17,073 fans per game, according to ESPN.
The stadium seats more than 8,000 people.
The Cardinals have won three straight playoff home games, dating back to the 2008 season.
They won two games against the New York Jets in 2011 and were victorious in the 2012 season.
And they beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, and then beat the Seahawks last season.
Here are the top storylines heading into the Cardinals game: The Cardinals are coming off their best season in nearly 20 years, winning six of seven.
They finished the regular season at .500 and finished with a record of 16-13.
They were a dominant force on the field.
The team has the most points in the NFC East (37) and is a strong contender for a playoff spot.
They are also the best team in the AFC West (12-4).
The Cards won’t win the division title, but they should be in the mix for a wild-card spot.
This is the best game the Cardinals can play right now.
They can beat Washington, a team that’s lost four of its last five games.
The Redskins are a young team that has lost three of four.
Washington is the second-youngest team in NFL history.
It’s the youngest team since the Cardinals’ first playoff appearance in 1989, when it was 16 years old.
They had two top-10 picks in last year’s draft.
This season, they have three top-five picks and are the favorites to win the NFC West.
They could be a playoff team this year.
They’ve won eight straight games and have the most wins of any team in football.
They also have a chance to make a run for a division title this year, after the NFC Championship Game loss to the Packers last year.
Washington won’t be able to keep up with the Cardinals offensively.
The Wizards are No. 4 in scoring offense, per ESPN Stats & Info.
Washington has scored a league-high 4,086 points.
They rank second in total offense and have scored 1,567 points.
The Rams are No, 9 in scoring, and rank second overall in scoring defense.
They average 2,095 points per game and rank fourth in scoring efficiency.
They don’t have a true No. 1 receiver in Tavon Austin.
The Bears are No., 9 in offensive efficiency, and are fifth overall in points per play.
The Saints are No,.
7 in offensive scoring and are No.-3 in scoring.
They score just 39.6 points per contest.
This game will also be played on a Wednesday night.
Here is the schedule: Tuesday, Oct. 5: at Washington, 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, Oct 7: at New Orleans, 8 p..m., Baltimore (at Washington) Sunday, Oct 8: Washington at Seattle, 8 a.m.-10 p.p.m.; New Orleans at St. Louis, 7 p.ms.
Sunday, Sept. 18: at San Francisco, 8-9 p.mt., Los Angeles (at San Francisco) Monday, Sept 23: at Green Bay, 9 p.mn., Minneapolis (at Minnesota) Monday Night Football: Sunday, Dec. 14: vs. Chicago, 7:30-8:30, Chicago (vs. Washington) Tuesday, Dec 16: at Minnesota, 9:30p.c., Green Bay (vs, Minnesota) Wednesday, Dec 18: vs St. Petersburg, 9p.t., St. Paul (vs Minnesota) Thursday, Dec 19: at Atlanta, 9-10:30 (at St. Peter’s), Atlanta (vs Green Bay) Friday, Dec 20: at Detroit, 10p.p., Detroit (vs St. Pierre’s) Monday night games: Monday, Oct 6: at Carolina,