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Twitter Reacts to the Cardinals’ 36-26 to the San Francisco 49ers

A pass interference overturned, Vance Joseph and angry degenerates made up the best tweets of the day

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The Arizona Cardinals entered with a great chance to pull off the upset, but would they on the road against an 8-1 team coming off their first loss of the season to the Seattle Seahawks?

The game began as it usually does...with Fitz extending his streak:

There was, however, a noticeable absence...

Kyler went deep to Kirk and no flag was thrown. So it would be another wasted PI overturn challenge flag like every other one this season, right?


History in the making! Arizona drove down but unfortunately came up short due to the team shooting themselves in the foot.

And of course, after driving down and scoring, K1 went OFF.


The Cards rolled the dice...and succeeded again.

National media started paying attention...

Along with a certain comedian and AZ native...

The Cardinals still had issues closing out the half, and allowed the Niners to make a bit of a comeback.

Fortunately, the Cards caught a break.

Kirk had an ALMOST day while Richard Sherman didn’t....

And then...they couldn’t convert on the opportunities and the Niners ended up closing up the 16 point lead the Cardinals had established.

But that wasn’t all....a TERRIBLE call happened where Joe Walker was called for a DPI and you be the judge:

Kevin Peterson got flagged as well and the Niners marched down the field.

Then it finally reached a point where AZ needed to take the lead. They did....and it was in STYLE.

And at the end of the game it all fell apart...

UGH. And “Vance Joseph” started trending for that decision making...

The last play of the game ended up being a fluke score for the Niners which...if you’re a gambler you weren’t happy and let’s leave it with that.

In the end, it all comes down to the defense.

What were your favorite tweets from the day?