So what can we expect from Arizona Cardinals quarterback Ryan Lindley on Sunday night against the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks?
It's the most important game for the Red Birds in five years. The winner will most likely win the NFC West. Sure, the 11-3 Cards have clinched a playoff berth but they would love to have the number one seed in the conference and home field advantage throughout the playoffs that comes with it.
A first round bye wouldn't hurt either.
So is the third-year signal-caller up to the task at hand? Let's not forget that Lindley has not thrown a touchdown pass in his career and has seven interceptions to boot.
Rookie QB Logan Thomas may see some action in certain packages but, for the most part, this will be Lindley's baby.
Is he ready?
“Ryan is prepared,” injured quarterback Drew Stanton said via the team's website. “Everyone wants to look at his numbers and they aren’t glamorous, but there are a lot of guys, myself included, that went in there and didn’t have success at a young age. He’s worked extremely hard behind the scenes, and no one sees that stuff. You can look at the exterior and you can think what you want, but I have the utmost confidence in what he can do.”Read more... Join the Conversation...