Daily Bernie: Dec. 8 – The Blues’ Season Thus Far; Who’s Left for the Cardinals?

It’s been an eventful week on the MLB hot stove front, just not so much for the Cardinals. Some are fine with this and others’ heads are no doubt exploding.

Cardinals GM John Mozeliak

Either way, Bernie’s got you covered with plenty of Thursday chatter on John Mozeliak and the Cards’ hot stove, or lack thereof.

Your host also welcomes 101ESPN insider Jeremy Rutherford to talk Blues hockey assess the team 26 games in.

ESPN.com NFL writer Dan Graziano also joins to talk Thursday night’s Raiders-Chiefs game.

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Cards Unwilling to Step From Comfort Zone

The Cardinals’ list of potential targets dwindled Wednesday, as Ian Desmond and Adam Eaton each found new homes.

This just a day removed from Chris Sale being traded to Boston.

The cost of doing is currently high, which has stalled the Cardinals’ pursuits. Is it a case of staying in their comfort zone, or simply not having having a talent pool deep enough to deal from?

National Football League ‘Truth or Trap?’

Reigning MVP Cam Newton took a step back this season in all statistical categories. Truth or Trap: Panther fans should be concerned?

Bernie covers this and other ‘Truth or Traps’ this segment.

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Interview w/ ESPN NFL Insider and Writer – Dan Graziano

Graziano discusses the Rams mess in LA, the league’s generational change, and Thursday’s Raiders-Chiefs matchup.

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What’s Left for the Cards on the Market?

Dexter Fowler remains on the market and makes most sense for the Cardinals, but other possibilities remain as well. Kansas City is supposedly still shopping Lorenzo Cain and Jarrod Dyson.

John Mozeliak says he expects a deal to get done, but hinted it could come well after the holidays.

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Thursday Night Football Preview: Raiders Vs. Chiefs

Tonight’s game has plenty of intrigue. If the Chiefs win, they’ll tie the Raiders for the division lead and own the tiebreaker after an earlier win in Oakland.

Neither team turns the ball over often. It adds up to one of the season’s most exciting matchups, with weather predicted to be close to ten degrees with possible snow. Listen live on 101ESPN.

Interview w/ St. Louis Post-Dispatch Blues Beat Writer and 101ESPN Insider – Jeremy Rutherford

JR talks the Note’s weird road trend this season, the team’s injury situation, and their best and most disappointing players.

“You have Paul Stastny…He’s doing what he needs to do, but after that the Blues don’t have anything in those second and third line centers…”

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Read More: Miklasz – If the Cardinals Want Dexter Fowler and He’s Willing to Play Here, Then Pay the Man. Problem Solved.