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first_img1998: Cowboys 38, Cardinals 10 The Cardinals gave up 444 yards of total offense to the Cowboys, including 256 passing yards and two TDs to QB Troy Aikman, in Dallas. Aikman also rushed for 43 yards and two scores. Plummer completed just 14 of 33 passes for 166 yards.1997: Bengals 24, Cardinals 21 Trailing 21-3 going into the fourth quarter, Bengals RB Ki-Jana Carter rushed for two TDs, and Blake connected on a 7-yard TD pass to WR Carl Pickens to complete Cincinnati’s comeback at home. Arizona quarterback Kent Graham went 20-of-36 for 248 yards, and wide receiver Frank Sanders hauled in six catches for 105 yards.1996: Colts 20, Cardinals 13 Cardinals quarterback Boomer Esiason threw for 237 yards and rushed for a fourth-quarter score, but a pair of TD tosses by Colts QB Jim Harbaugh put Indianapolis over the top at home. Arizona RB Larry Centers caught 11 passes for 108 yards.1995: Redskins 27, Cardinals 7 Washington outgained Arizona 456-197, including 259-109 on the ground, as QB Gus Frerotte completed 9-of-15 passes for 157 yards and two TDs, and RB Terry Allen rushed for 131 yards on 26 carries. Cards RB Garrison Hearst was the lone bright spot on offense with 97 yards on 17 rushes. 2003: Lions 42, Cardinals 24 The Cards yielded a 57-yard punt return and 48-yard interception for touchdown in the second half in Detroit. Arizona quarterback Jeff Blake threw for 358 yards and three touchdowns, and Boldin racked up 217 receiving yards and a pair of TDs.2002: Redskins 31, Cardinals 23 QB Jake Plummer completed just 14 of 36 passes for 187 yards and threw an interception on the Cardinals’ final possession in Washington. WR David Boston caught seven passes for 138 yards and a touchdown. Redskins QB Shane Matthews threw for over 300 yards and three TDs.2001: Broncos 38, Cardinals 17 Denver wideout Rod Smith had 162 receiving yards and two touchdowns as the Broncos cruised in Tempe. Boston caught eight passes for 145 yards, but the Cardinals lost the turnover battle by a 3-0 margin.2000: Giants 21, Cardinals 16 Plummer threw for 318 yards and two touchdowns but also gave up three INTs at Giants Stadium. Trailing 21-3 in the fourth quarter, Arizona scored twice in the final two minutes – both on TD passes from Plummer to Boston – but failed to recover an onside kick with 32 seconds to play.1999: Cardinals 25, Eagles 24 Cards kicker Chris Jacke connected on a pair of fourth-quarter field goals, including a game-winning 31-yard kick as time expired in Philadelphia, as Arizona rallied from a 24-6 second-half deficit. The Cardinals’ defense held the Eagles to 67 passing yards and overcame Plummer’s three interceptions. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 2008: Cardinals 23, 49ers 13 Warner threw for 197 yards and a TD to Fitzgerald, and WR Anquan Boldin caught eight passes for 82 yards in San Francisco. The Cardinals dominated time of possession, holding the ball for over 37 minutes, and caused five 49er turnovers.2007: 49ers 20, Cardinals 17 Arizona RB Edgerrin James rushed for 92 yards and a score, but quarterback Matt Leinart managed just 102 passing yards and threw a pair of picks. San Francisco wideout Arnaz Battle scored on a 1-yard run with 22 seconds to play to put the Niners over the top in San Francisco.2006: Cardinals 34, 49ers 27Warner threw for 301 yards and three TDs, and Fitzgerald caught nine passes for 133 yards. Following a made field goal, the 49ers recovered an onside kick with 31 seconds left, but a would-be game-tying 36-yard pass from QB Alex Smith fell short as time expired at UOP Stadium.2005: Giants 42, Cardinals 19 The Cardinals surrendered 35 points in the second half, and they allowed a kickoff return, punt return and interception return for a TD at Giants Stadium. Fitzgerald had 13 grabs for 155 yards and a touchdown in a losing effort.2004: Rams 17, Cardinals 10 Arizona RB Emmitt Smith rushed for 87 yards and the team’s only touchdown in St. Louis. The Cards gave up 448 yards of total offense, as Rams RB Marshall Faulk rushed for 128 yards on 22 carries and WR Isaac Bruce caught nine passes for 112 yards and a TD. 2013: Rams 27, Cardinals 24 Quarterback Carson Palmer threw for 327 yards and two touchdowns — both to wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald – and took a 24-13 lead into the fourth quarter. But tight end Jared Cook’s one-yard TD reception from QB Sam Bradford, followed by a pair of Greg Zuerlein field goals – including the game-winner with 40 seconds to play – gave the Rams the win at home.2012: Cardinals 20, Seahawks 16 Arizona QBs Kevin Kolb and John Skelton combined for 215 passing yards and a touchdown, and the Cards’ defense held the Seahawks to 254 total yards and executed a goal-line stand in the final minute to preserve the win in Glendale. Seattle rookie QB Russell Wilson completed 18 of 34 passes for 153 yards in his first regular-season NFL game.2011: Cardinals 28, Panthers 21 Aided by Kolb’s 309 passing yards and two TDs at University of Phoenix Stadium, the Cards overcame rookie QB Cam Newton’s 422-yard performance in his regular-season debut. A 70-yard TD reception by Early Doucet and an 89-yard punt return for at TD by rookie cornerback Patrick Peterson in the fourth quarter allowed Arizona to pull ahead.2010: Cardinals 17, Rams 13 The Cardinals intercepted Bradford three times in his first career start, as Arizona won its first game following QB Kurt Warner’s retirement. QB Derek Anderson’s 21-yard TD toss to Fitzgerald with 6:13 left in the fourth quarter put the Cards ahead for good in St. Louis.2009: 49ers 20, Cardinals 16 Warner threw for 288 yards and a TD, but he also committed three turnovers (two interceptions and a fumble), while running back Frank Gore scored twice, including a 3-yard reception from QB Shaun Hill with 7:26 left in the fourth quarter, to give the 49ers the victory in Glendale. The Cardinals held San Francisco to 203 total yards, including 21 rushing yards on 25 carries. 1990: Redskins 31, Cardinals 0 Rosenbach threw four interceptions and Washington quarterback Mark Rypien threw three touchdowns at RFK Stadium. Phoenix RB Johnny Johnson rushed for 54 yards and caught six passes for 99 yards. 1989: Cardinals 16, Lions 13 Phoenix quarterback Gary Hogeboom completed 21-of-35 passes for 264 yards and a 15-yard fourth-quarter TD pass to wideout Roy Green to give the Cardinals a 13-10 lead in Detroit. Kicker Al Del Greco’s 33-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter was the difference. Phoenix WR J.T. Smith had 10 catches for 121 yards. Lions RB Barry Sanders had 71 yards and a TD on just nine carries in a losing effort.1988: Bengals 21, Cardinals 14 Phoenix quarterback Neil Lomax (21-of-31, 227 yards, two TDs) lost a duel with Cincinnati’s Boomer Esiason (17-of-26, 271 yards, three TDs). Cardinals RB Stump Mitchell rushed for 110 yards and had a 4-yard TD reception in the second quarter. Cincinnati WR Mike Martin’s 15-yard TD grab in the fourth quarter gave the Bengals the victory. 1994: Rams 14, Cardinals 12 In a game in which the Rams and Cardinals combined for just 386 yards of total offense in Los Angeles, the difference was three Arizona turnovers. Rams RB Jerome Bettis scored from a yard out in the third quarter. The Cards responded a few minutes later on a 3-yard TD pass from QB Steve Beuerlein to Centers, but the two-point conversion attempt failed.1993: Eagles 23, Cardinals 17 The Eagles outgained the Phoenix Cardinals 359-231 at Philadelphia’s Veterans Stadium. Eagles QB Randall Cunningham threw for 192 yards and rushed for 49 yards and a TD. Beuerlein and Chris Chandler combined to go just 15-of-39 for 189 yards and a TD for the Cards.1992: Buccaneers 23, Cardinals 7 The Cardinals managed just 181 yards of total offense and committed three turnovers at Tampa Bay. Chandler, along with QBs Timm Rosenbach and Tony Sacca, managed just 120 passing yards. Tampa Bay quarterback Vinny Testaverde was an efficient 14-of-25 for 167 yards, one TD and no turnovers.1991: Cardinals 24, Rams 14 Buoyed by seven Rams turnovers, Phoenix overcame a near 2-to-1 disadvantage in total offense in L.A. The play of the game: an 85-yard fumble return for a score in the first quarter by Cards linebacker Eric Hill. Phoenix WR Ricky Proehl caught five passes for 69 yards. Top Stories last_img read more

The OnePlus 7 waterresistance controversy No IP rating no problem

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first_imgWe’ve spent a week with the new OnePlus flagship, read our OnePlus 7 Pro reviewHow do the two new OnePlus phones compare? OnePlus 7 Pro vs OnePlus 7 Sign up for the Mobile NewsletterSign Up Please keep me up to date with special offers and news from Goodtoknow and other brands operated by TI Media Limited via email. You can unsubscribe at any time. Let’s investigate these three arguments, so you can make an informed decision when considering whether or not you should buy OnePlus’ new phone, or indeed any handset that claims to be water resistant.Related: Best smartphonesWhat do IP ratings mean?The IP (Ingress Protection) rating number is split into two digits, the first representing solid resistance (e.g. to dust) and the second representing moisture protection (i.e. to water or other liquids). To obtain this rating, smartphones (or any other devices) are tested under lab conditions.The dust resistance figures ranges from one to seven (with one being no protection and seven being completely dust-tight), while water resistance ranges from one to nine (with one being no protection and nine meaning it’s resistant to prolonged immersion under pressure).So, for example, a product with an IP68 rating is protected against dust that may harm equipment and against temporary immersion.If consumers are minded to look up the meaning of IP ratings, they can find clear reference points for the resilience they can expect from their smartphone. It surely provides more transparency than a YouTube video of a phone being thrown in a bucket. The first part of OnePlus’ argument — that IP ratings don’t focus on “real experience” — comes up a little short.Related: Waterproof IP ratings explainedIs an IP rating a guarantee?Moving onto OnePlus’ second argument: if your phone is certified to be dust and water resistant, according to its IP rating, are you also covered against water damage?The decision to extend a warranty comes down to individual phone manufacturers, so we took a look at some of the competitors to the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro and examined the wording of their warranties:Huawei P30 (IP53): “Tested in a controlled environment and certified to be splash, water, and dust resistant in specific situations… Water and dust-proofing are not permanent, and resistance may decrease as a result of normal wear over time. Do not charge the phone when it is wet or in moist environments. Refer to the manual for cleaning and drying instructions. Submersion in liquid and the resulting damage is not covered by the warranty.”Samsung Galaxy S10e (IP68): “Not advised for beach or pool use. Water or dust damage not covered by warranty.”iPhone XR (IP67): “Splash, water and dust resistance are not permanent conditions and resistance might decrease as a result of normal wear. Do not attempt to charge a wet iPhone; refer to the user guide for cleaning and drying instructions. Liquid damage not covered under warranty.”Sony Xperia XZ3 (IP65/68): “Don’t worry if you get caught in the rain or want to wash off dirt under the tap, but remember all ports and attached covers should be firmly closed. You should not put the device completely underwater; or expose it to seawater, salt water, chlorinated water or liquids such as drinks. Abuse and improper use of device will invalidate warranty.”OnePlus is therefore correct to say that most other smartphone manufacturers do not include water damage in their warranty, despite IP ratings. So whether a smartphone is IP rated or not, in most case, if it’s damaged by water you’ll have no recourse for damages from the manufacturer.Related: Best Android phonesSo what’s the point of an IP Rating?The IP rating merely gives you an expectation of what your phone can take in case the worst happens and liquid is spilled over it. OnePlus’ final argument is that the price of an IP rating isn’t worth what it brings to the table. Pete Lau, also a co-founder, estimated the extra cost of getting an IP rating to be $30 (~£23) per handset back in October 2018.Only the individual consumer can decide whether this cost is worth it to them. But now that the brand has entered the premium market with the OnePlus 7 Pro, the lack of IP rating might be more of an issue than it ever was before. An official IP rating has no tangible meaningAn IP Rating is not typically covered by a manufacturer warrantyThe cost of an IP rating is not worth its value This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply. OnePlus has controversially shied away from IP certification for the newly unveiled OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro, due in part to the costs involved. But do the company’s claims wash, and where do you stand with phones that do have an IP rating?Unlike many high-end smartphones on the market, OnePlus phones have never had official IP ratings for water resistance. But as the price of OnePlus devices has crept up − going from “flagship killers” to bona fide flagships − this has started to look like a bigger shortcoming.As such, OnePlus received some criticism when it recently revealed that it has not IP classified the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. Co-founder Carl Pei posted a statement on OnePlus’ official forum, accompanied by a video (embedded below), in an attempt to justify the decision.OnePlus 7 Pro review – Where’s our review? Show More Unlike other sites, we thoroughly review everything we recommend, using industry standard tests to evaluate products. We’ll always tell you what we find. We may get a commission if you buy via our price links.Tell us what you think – email the Editor The video shows a brand-new OnePlus 7 being dropped straight into a bucket of water. In a bold headline the video argues that “Water resistant ratings for phones cost you money — we bought something less expensive instead”.A few frames later (in tiny text), OnePlus concedes the following: “Products not IP certified. Water resistant under optimal testing conditions. OnePlus makes no guarantees regarding water/liquid resistance. Water/liquid damage not covered under terms of sale.”Simply put, despite being tested for water resistance, the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro do not have an IP rating and will not be guaranteed against water damage. To clarify, Carl Pei wrote the following in his accompanying statement:We know that an IP rating would be the simplest way to prove our phone’s capability, but the certification doesn’t help us communicate our focus on your real experience, which is why we created this direct and relatable video to show you what our water-resistant quality can actually bring to you in your real life in a more powerful way… And just like other smartphone brands that do IP classify their devices, our warranty does not cover water damage.So OnePlus’ argument is threefold: We’d also like to send you special offers and news just by email from other carefully selected companies we think you might like. 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