Llorente doing static bike. Atlético will not return to training until Monday, for the time being, before a weekend without football, LaLiga canceled, therefore the San Mamés match, and the footballers remain in Madrid (order of the rojiblanco club, despite the days without football or sessions they must remain in the city and not go to spend the weekend there; all physical stores have also been closed). Many aware of the situation in the country due to the crisis caused by Covid-19 that will cause the government to declare a state of alarm starting tomorrow. That is, home, family and remote work, like many of the Spanish this day. This was reported by some on their social networks. This is the case of Saúl who posted a publication that appeared next to a computer and the message that the political, public and health sectors have been launching for days: #quedateencasa. “Let’s be prudent and responsible”, the fourth rojiblanco captain headed his message. Felipe posted a similar photo, also on the computer, from home. Marcos Llorente, meanwhile, advocated showing that he continues to work even if they do not actually have telework. Atletico, in principle, will return to training on Monday, it has not been canceled, but it is armored: they will be behind closed doors, without even a press and without the footballers stopping to sign autographs and photos for the fans, in addition to canceling the wheels Press, commercial events and personalized interviews. But the sport in the case of Marcos it is in their DNA. The photo that he hung during these days with everything detained because of the Covid-19 is doing an exercise bike as if he were in the Cerro … but at home.
The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Cardinals Average Power Ranking: 24.5(down from 21.6 last week)High Ranking: #22 (NFL.com)Low Ranking: #26 (CBS Sports, Bleacher Report, USA Today) Cardinals rank: #24 (▼ 4)The Cardinals have been the season’s biggest disappointment while boasting one of the best defenses in the league. The offense should have been top-notch as well, but there’s just been no consistency. Their season is over.PFT’s Week 13 Power RankingsCardinals rank: #25 (▼ 2)They were supposed to be better. They’re worse. Much, much worse. Top Stories – / 24 NFL Power Rankings, Week 13: Dallas is clear No. 1, but there’s room for debate at No. 2Cardinals rank: #25 (–)Bruce Arians said the idea of tanking for a better draft pick would be “absolutely asinine,” even though his team can max out at 9–6–1 and likely will be an underdog at least twice more. But at some point, the line between losing on purpose and just being flat out bad becomes rather blurred anyway.NFL Power Rankings: Bucs, Dolphins making noise, Giants into the top fiveCardinals rank: #26 (–)It seems like anything that could go wrong has gone wrong this season. It’s hard to believe they have a losing record.NFL power rankings 2016, Week 13: Down go the SeahawksCardinals rank: #25 (▼ 6)If there was any doubt that the Arizona Cardinals are cooked, a 38-19 loss to the Atlanta Falcons should put those doubts to rest. And there was reason for doubt. After all, the Cardinals finished 13-3 last year and opened the 2016 season with a close loss to the Patriots followed by a beatdown of the Buccaneers.But since then, the Cardinals’ only wins have come against the hapless San Francisco 49ers (twice) and New York Jets.Chris Simms’ NFL Power Rankings Ahead of Week 13Cardinals rank: #26 (▼ 2) Arizona Sports Week 13 NFL Power Rankings: Cowboys still on topCardinals rank: #23 (▼ 5)It’s called a football. Catch it, Michael Floyd.Week 13 NFL Power Rankings: Cowboys, Raiders are Nos. 1 and 2Cardinals rank: #23 (▼ 2)Carson Palmer has already taken more sacks than he did all of last season, and he has equaled his interception total (11) from last season. The Cardinals are 1-3-1 in their past five games, and you have to wonder if the 36-year-old Palmer will be in Arizona much longer.NFL Power Rankings, Week 13: Oakland Raiders enter top threeCardinals rank: #22 (▼ 4)Wonderful to watch the first half Sunday and see Bruce Arians on the sideline coaching his squad. Although, for his sake, kind of wish he didn’t have to watch the second half. That’s when any chance of competing in Atlanta — and perhaps, competing for a wild-card spot — escaped the Cardinals’ grasp. At 4-6-1, Arizona must win out to even have a chance at that sixth spot. The Giants are 8-3, currently in line for the fifth spot. And given that the Redskins are 6-4-1 (with Kirk Cousins playing like Kurt Warner), running the table probably gives Arians’ group a 50-50 shot — at best. Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) walks off the field after the Cardinals missed a two-point conversion against the Atlanta Falcons during the second of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/David Goldman) Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires How low can you go?For the Arizona Cardinals, not much lower.The Cards’ most recent loss — a 38-19 defeat at the hands of the Atlanta Falcons — dipped the team’s record to 4-6-1 on the season. Much of the postgame chatter centered around chemistry and selfishness, which doesn’t exactly instill any confidence in anything resembling a late-season turnaround.Here’s a rundown of what some prominent national outlets — and we here at ArizonaSports.com — are saying about the Cardinals: Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Want to know the surefire sign of a bad team?Just look at the trenches. If five offensive linemen can’t consistently block three or four pass-rushers, there’s a problem. I’m looking at you, Arizona.Defensive issues persist as well. Patrick Peterson gave Falcons drives new life with two interference calls. D.J. Swearinger dropped a pick, and the Falcons scored soon thereafter. And Calais Campbell (who was dominant all afternoon) let Atlanta put the frosting on the blowout cake by jumping offside on a punt.David Johnson is about the only watchable part of this team in 2016. Everything else stinks.NFL Power Rankings: Chiefs, not Raiders, will end up winning the AFC WestCardinals rank: #25 (▼ 7)Last season’s dynamic offense, when it seemed like anyone could make a play at any time, is a distant memory. It’s just David Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald this season. Nobody else has been reliable, including quarterback Carson Palmer of course.USA Today Power Rankings – Week 13Cardinals rank: #26 (–)Don’t blame David Johnson for their disastrous season. He’s gained at least 100 yards from scrimmage in all 11 of Arizona’s games.NFL Week 13 power rankings Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact