But this week the man has struck a nerve. Could it be the stress of the holidays and trying to find the perfect gift for family members? Maybe. But, nevertheless, he has struck a nerve.
Arians made comments prior to Sunday's game against the Eagles relating Chip Kelly's offense to a "college offense" then proceeded to be unable to stop said offense when it came time to put up or shut up.
Then on Monday he submitted tape to the league office of 15 calls in Sunday's game which he wants reviewed according to Cardinals' writer Darren Urban. This appears to be a pretty standard procedure but it usually doesn't get this much attention.
I don't know what exactly Arians is trying to do but if he just submits the whole game film to the league, I'm sure they will be able to spot bad/missed calls on nearly every play both for and against the Cardinals. For instance, the blatant hold on Mychal Kendricks on the Larry Fitzgerald touchdown that was missed or the pass interference that Bradley Fletcher got away with at the end of the game.
I think the Cardinals got more calls (and non-calls) that the Eagles but, overall, I felt it was relatively even come the end of the game. However that doesn't excuse the questionable officiating which might be why Arians is submitting tape to the league.
Either way, the Eagles won the game and now are 7-5.
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