Arizona Cardinals Video Of The Day: 1988 Comeback Against The Niners

After making you watch a video of you know who last week, lets do something a little bit different and more enjoyable. A couple days ago I stumbled upon a video of vintage 1988 Cardinals (back in their first year in Arizona when they were still known as the Phoenix Cardinals) with Neil Lomax shortly before the hip injury that forced him into retirement.

In this video, we get to see the final drive that finished off a comeback against the 49ers after being down 23-0 in the third quarter.

Also, isn't it fascinating how different the games looked on TV back then? I don't know how I could watch football on TV without all the little graphics now.

Each week during the offseason, we will post a video that somehow relates to the Cardinals. It could be highlights of a player, highlights from a game, highlights from the season as a whole, it could be a memorable play, it could be a press conference rant which as you all know we have seen plenty of throughout the Cardinals time in Arizona.

Hopefully, most of them will be from YouTube, but with how the NFL gets whiny about footage from games being on there at times some of the stuff I would like to post won't be on there because they deleted it and it won't be as easy to embed the video for simpler viewing.

And now, here is your video.

1988 SF 49ers @ Phoenix Cardinals (via wa52lz)

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