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ST. LOUIS, Mo- The NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament tips off later this week in Indiana and in addition to featuring the Missouri Tigers and the Illinois Fighting Illini, there are plenty of teams with St. Louis area players. Here’s a rundown as the “Madness” begins.

March 18

In a First Four play-in game, Yahuza Rasas (St. Mary’s) and Texas Southern take on Mt. St. Mary’s Thursday for the right to face Cheap Arizona Cardinals Jerseys Michigan on Saturday

Illini, Mizzou make NCAA Tournament, Billikens headed to NIT
March 19

The Midwest #1 seeded Illini face # 16 Drexel.
E.J. Liddell (Belleville West) and the Ohio State Buckeyes put their #2 seed in the South up against #15 Oral Roberts.
Caleb Love’s (CBC) #8 seeded North Carolina Tar Heels face #9 Wisconsin in a South region clash
Also in the South, #13 North Texas and Cahokia grad Thomas Bell will try to spring an upset on the home state #4 Purdue Boilermakers.

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March 20

Kobe Clark (Vashon) and the Cheap Mark Smith Jersey surprising Georgetown Hoyas will look to upset #5 Colorado in an East region matchup.
#5 Creighton, with (Trinity’s Ryan Kalkbrenner) will try and avoid the upset from #12 UCSB in a West matchup.
#9 Missouri renews its rivalry with #8 Oklahoma in the West. Will Jermiah Tilmon (East St. Louis), Mark Smith (Edwardsville), Javon Pickett (Belleville East) and Torrence Watson (Whitfield) make it to a face-off with #1 Gonzaga?
Gonzaga, with Westminster Christian grad Aaron Cook, plays the winner of Norfolk State and Appalachian State.
Courtney Ramey (Webster Groves) and the #3 Texas Longhorns face #14 Abilene Christian in an East region matchup.
Vashon grad Levi Stockard III and West #10 Virginia Commonwealth will play #7 Oregon.

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Tom Brady is busy doing anything but taking time to reflect on his incredible run as an NFL quarterback. After all, Brady always says that his favorite Super Bowl ring is “the next one,” as he and the Buccaneers will look to defend their title in 2021.

If you’re suffering from Brady fatigue, don’t worry — the majority of this article is not about him. While he is largely responsible for two all-time franchise wins, there are 30 other victories mentioned in our rundown of the Wholesale Arizona Cardinals Jerseys greatest win for all 32 teams. In fact, Brady is actually on the losing end of several games included in this all-time list.

Some of the choices will be somewhat expected, especially for franchises that have won zero championships. Conversely, there will be some wins that will surprise readers, especially when it comes to naming the greatest win for teams Cheap Chris Chandler Jersey that have won multiple championships. Some of the wins have occurred over the last several years, while others took place when single-bar helmets were still common.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at each franchise’s greatest win. We also mention each team’s “runner-up,” a win that deserves mention but was ultimately not selected.

Arizona Cardinals
Greatest win: 1947 NFL Championship: Cardinals 28, Eagles 21

Runner-up: 2008 NFC Championship Game: Cardinals 32, Eagles 25

Ironically, the Cardinals’ two greatest victories came against the same opponent. In the ’47 title game, the Cardinals’ Elmer Angsman, who was born the year the Cardinals won their first title (in 1925), ran for 159 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Cardinals to their second title. While their offense ran the ball at will, the Cardinals’ defense held Eagles Hall of Fame halfback Steve Van Buren to just 26 yards rushing on 18 carries. Van Buren would then lead Philadelphia to back-to-back championships, while the Cardinals continue to wait for their next NFL title.

Atlanta Falcons
Greatest win: 1998 NFC Championship Game: Falcons 30, Vikings 27 (OT)

Runner-up: 2016 NFC Championship Game: Falcons 44, Packers 21

In one of the most surprising upsets in NFL postseason history, Atlanta’s “Dirty Birds” overcame a 13-point deficit to stun the Vikings, who went 15-1 during the regular season. Trailing 27-20, the Falcons caught a break when Vikings kicker Gary Anderson, who did not miss a field goal during the regular season, missed a 38-yard attempt with 2:07 left. Atlanta capitalized on Anderson’s miss, as Chris Chandler Cheap Elmer Angsman Jersey hit Terance Mathis for the game-tying touchdown with 57 seconds left in regulation. The teams exchanged punts in overtime before two Chandler completions to tight end O.J. Santiago and two runs by Jamal Anderson set up Morton Andersen’s game-winning, 38-yard kick.

Buffalo Bills
Greatest win: 1992 AFC wild-card: Bills 41, Oilers 38 (OT)

Runner-up: 1964 AFL Championship: Bills 20, Chargers 7

Three of Buffalo’s four consecutive AFC title wins from 1990-93 included victories over Hall of Fame quarterbacks John Elway, Dan Marino and Joe Montana. But it was the Bills’ improbable wild-card comeback win over the Oilers that stands as the Bills’ greatest win. Trailing 35-3 at the start of the second half, four touchdown passes from backup quarterback Frank Reich gave the Bills a fourth-quarter lead. After the Oilers forced overtime, an interception by Nate Odomes set up Steve Christie’s game-winning, 32-yard field goal. The win helped the Bills advance to their third of four consecutive Super Bowls.

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Who Are the Greatest Cardinals Linebackers of All Time?
Though the Cardinals are one of just two franchises still in operation since the league’s foundation in 1920, they have yet to produce a Hall of Famer at linebacker. Still, the position has seen its fair share of stars over the years.

Selection Criteria
Legacy Honors (Hall of Fame, Ring of Honor, retired number, etc.)
Single-Season Honors (MVP, All-Pro, Pro Bowl, league leader, etc.)
On-Field Success (winning percentage, winning seasons, playoff appearances, etc.)
Longevity (years with the Cardinals, percentage of career with the Cardinals, etc.)
Only games played with the Cardinals are factored into this list, so while Terrell Suggs is a prime candidate for a list about the Ravens, his 13 games in Arizona won’t make the cut here. Following the top 10, you’ll also find a handful of honorable mentions as well as some Cardinals linebacker trivia.

10. Ronald McKinnon
Years With the Cardinals: 1996–2004
Playoff Appearance: 1998
When the Cardinals signed Cheap Ronald McKinnon Jersey as an undrafted free agent in 1996, they probably didn’t expect to get someone who would regularly contribute for most of the next decade. Though he went undrafted, McKinnon was the Harlon Hill Trophy winner and picked up three championships at North Alabama. He then proved his worth as a rookie over 16 games, and he earned a starting role one season later. He missed just three games before leaving the Cardinals after the 2004 season. With Arizona, McKinnon racked up 933 tackles, 12 sacks and 10 interceptions.

9. Bill Koman
Years With the Cardinals: 1959–67
Pro Bowls: 1962, ‘64
If an opponent lost a fumble in Cheap Bill Koman Jersey vicinity, Koman was likely to scoop it up. Second all-time in Cardinals history with 16 fumble recoveries, Koman had at least one in every season of his nine-year tenure with the franchise. He missed just one game for the team and added six interceptions.

8. Mark Arneson
Years With the Cardinals: 1972–80
Playoff Appearances: 1974–75
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After an illustrious career at the University of Arizona, Cheap Mark Arneson Jersey joined the Cardinals as a second-round draft pick in 1972 and spent the next nine seasons as a key member of their defensive unit. He helped the franchise make a pair of playoff appearances in the mid-1970s, and he intercepted a pass during the 1974 postseason. He missed just five games with St. Louis and closed his career with 18 fumble recoveries and five interceptions.

7. E.J. Junior
Years With the Cardinals: 1981–88
Playoff Appearance: 1982
All-Pro: 1984
Pro Bowls: 1984–85
The Cardinals used their first-round draft pick on E.J. Junior in 1981 and then reaped the benefits over the next eight seasons. Junior started 13 games as a rookie and remained in the starting lineup for the majority of his tenure with the Cardinals. His best seasons came between 1983 and ’85 when he earned two Pro Bowl selections, picked up his only All-Pro honor and had 19 sacks and nine interceptions in 44 games. In 111 total games with the Cardinals, he had 24.5 sacks and all 12 of his career interceptions.

Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (8) is tackled by Cardinals linebacker Cheap Chandler Jones Jersey (55) during the second half of a 2019 game at MetLife Stadium.
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (8) is tackled by Cardinals linebacker Chandler Jones (55) during the second half of a 2019 game at MetLife Stadium.

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6. Chandler Jones
Years With the Cardinals: 2016–Present
All-Pro: 2017, ‘19
Pro Bowls: 2017, ‘19
Legacy Honors: NFL 2010s All-Decade Team
Chandler Jones built a solid foundation during his first four seasons with the Patriots, but he blossomed once he came to the Cardinals in 2016. In three of his four seasons in Arizona he played at linebacker, and his 47 sacks in those seasons are second in franchise history at the position (Ken Harvey has 47.5). With a career-high 19 sacks in 2019, he became the first Cardinals player ever to record four seasons with at least 10 sacks. In 64 games with Arizona, he has 60 sacks and 17 forced fumbles.

5. Eric Hill
Years With the Cardinals: 1989–97
Awards: NFL All-Rookie (1989)
The Cardinals selected Eric Hill in the first round of the 1989 NFL Draft, and in return, the team received a long-term starter at linebacker. Hill started 128 games over nine seasons with the team and only missed 11 total games during that period. He averaged 103.5 tackles per season, and his only career touchdown came when he returned a fumble for 85 yards in 1991—which is the fifth-longest fumble return in franchise history. Hill was never named a first-team All-Pro or selected for the Pro Bowl, but his reliability made him a memorable player in Arizona.

4. Ken Harvey
Years With the Cardinals: 1988–93
Ken Harvey is known more for his time with the Washington Football Team, but he built the foundation of his success there with six seasons as a high-powered pass rusher for the Cardinals. Harvey became the first draft pick taken by the Cardinals after they relocated to Phoenix, and there he developed into a star on defense. He closed his Cardinals career with 47.5 sacks, which narrowly leads Chandler Jones (47) for the most in team history among linebackers (Jones has 60 total sacks but played as a defensive end in 2018). Harvey made four straight Pro Bowls after leaving the franchise and added another 41.5 sacks to his ledger in five seasons.

3. Dale Meinert
Years With the Cardinals: 1958–67
Pro Bowls: 1963, ‘65, ‘67
Dale Meinert didn’t take the conventional route to the NFL, but once he got there he settled in to become a steady contributor for the Cardinals. Meinert was selected by the Baltimore Colts in the 1955 NFL Draft, but he opted to spend the next three seasons with the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL. In Canada, he won championships in 1955 and ‘56, and he brought that experience to the Cardinals in 1958. From there, he became a three-time Pro Bowler and was the regular middle linebacker from 1960 to ’67. In his career, he recovered 13 fumbles and had nine interceptions, including one in 1964 that he returned for a touchdown.

2. Larry Stallings
Years With the Cardinals: 1963–76
Playoff Appearances: 1974–75
Pro Bowl: 1970
Larry Stallings spent 14 seasons with the Cardinals, leaving him tied with Hall of Fame cornerback Cheap Roger Wehrli Jersey for the most service time by a defensive player in franchise history. Stallings did not produce Hall of Fame statistics, but he was still one of the most dependable linebackers ever to play for the Cardinals. In the final 11 seasons of his career, he missed just two games, and he helped St. Louis to three straight seasons with at least 10 wins from 1974 to ’76. In 181 total games, he recovered 13 fumbles and intercepted nine passes—which is far more production than the Cardinals likely imagined they would get after selecting him with the 241st pick in the 1963 NFL Draft.

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Cardinals linebacker Karlos Dansby (56) tackles Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls (34) during the first half at University of Phoenix Stadium, Nov. 9, 2017.

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1. Karlos Dansby
Years With the Cardinals: 2004–09, ‘13, ‘17
Playoff Appearances: 2008–09
Awards: NFL All-Rookie (2004)
Karlos Dansby played for Arizona three different times, and his success with the franchise places him at the top of my list of the greatest linebackers in Cardinals history. Between his three stints, he missed only six games, and he also anchored the defense when the franchise made their only Super Bowl appearance.

Dansby was selected in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft, and he showcased his talents as both a pass rusher and a defender in coverage during the years that followed. Over the first six seasons of his career, he had 25.5 sacks and 10 interceptions—leaving him as one of four defenders in team history to record double-digit sacks and interceptions (sacks weren’t an official statistic prior to 1982).

Despite his star status, Dansby never played in a Pro Bowl. He did however earn a second-team All-Pro selection in 2013—the second season in which he returned two interceptions for touchdowns. During the 2008 season, he recorded more than 100 tackles for the first time in his career, and he played well throughout the postseason, posting 23 tackles in three playoff games to help the Cardinals reach the Super Bowl. He then snared an interception and added another eight tackles in the Super Bowl, but the Steelers came away with a 27–23 win. A year later, Dansby recovered a fumble for the game-winning touchdown in a first-round playoff game against the Packers, a 51–45 victory that is the highest-scoring postseason game in history.

Honorable Mentions
While the above players comprise the best of the best in Cardinals history, there are several other players who have made significant contributions to the franchise but fell just outside of the top 10.

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Nunn did not exclusively play as a linebacker for the Cardinals, but when he did, he was feared by opposing players. Nunn suited up at linebacker during four seasons, spending the rest of his time as a defensive end. As a linebacker, he amassed 21 sacks and recovered six fumbles.

Jamir Miller
Miller spent the first five seasons of his career with the Cardinals, and during the final three of those five seasons he didn’t miss a single game. He excelled in 1998, reaching 100 tackles for the first time and recording a pair of sacks in a playoff victory over the Cowboys. He was a first-round draft choice of the Cardinals in 1994, and he closed his tenure in Arizona with 13.5 sacks and five fumble recoveries.

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Washington was drafted in the second round in 2010, and by 2012 he was a second-team All-Pro and a Pro Bowler with 134 tackles and nine sacks. He was seemingly on his way to becoming one of the NFL’s top linebackers before his career abruptly ended due to a suspension for repeated violations of the league’s substance-abuse policy. In each of his four seasons in Arizona he intercepted at least one pass, and he closed his career with 18 sacks.

Special Mention
One linebacker never got a chance to showcase all of his skills with the Cardinals.

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Mauldin’s career was cut short after he died of a heart attack following a 1948 game against the Eagles. In three seasons, Mauldin started 17 of 19 games for the Cardinals, intercepted a pass and recovered two fumbles. He also played on the offensive line, helping the Cardinals win the 1947 NFL championship. His jersey number (77) was retired by the franchise.

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Cardinals Linebacker FAQs and Trivia
How many linebackers have the Cardinals drafted in the first round?

The franchise has picked up eight linebackers with first-round draft selections.

2020: Isaiah Simmons (No. 8)
2017: Harrison Reddick (No. 13)
1994: Jamir Miller (No. 10)
1989: Cheap Eric Hill Jersey(No. 10)
1988:Cheap Ken Harvey Jersey (No. 12)
1986: Anthony Bell (No. 5)
1981: Cheap E.J. Junior Jersey(No. 5)
1957: Jerry Tubbs (No. 10)
How many Cardinals linebackers have appeared in the Pro Bowl?

The team has been represented by eight different linebackers in the Pro Bowl, combining for 13 total appearances.

2019: Chandler Jones
2017: Chandler Jones
2013: John Abraham
2012: Daryl Washington
1994: Seth Joyner
1985: E.J. Junior
1984: E.J. Junior
1970: Cheap Larry Stallings Jersey
1967: Dale Meinert
1965: Dale Meinert
1963: Dale Meinert
1957: Cheap Leo Sanford Jersey
1956: Leo Sanford