Arizona Cardinals podcast: Talking win over Titans, NFL playoff race, Seattle game

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Take a listen to the latest Revenge of the Birds Radio episode.

Seth and I were back on the air for another Revenge of the Birds Radio show after a week off. On the latest show, we talked about the good and the bad from the Arizona Cardinals' 37-34 overtime win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.

We praise the offense for their production, especially with running the football, but wonder what happened with the defense that allowed journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick to throw for over 400 yards and four touchdowns.

We discuss the impact of the players that came in to replace players with injuries and their contributions to the win, such as Antoine Cason and his two interceptions, including the one in overtime that gave the Cards the ball just before they won it on a Jay Feely field goal.

We also talk about Arizona's playoff chances and whether or not Cardinals fans should be proud or disappointed in the season if they cannot quite get into the postseason.

Lastly, we talk about the upcoming game on Sunday in Seattle. We give our odds of a Cardinals win.

What do you think? Listen to the show (below in the streaming player or here using direct ) and keep the conversation going.

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