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THE CARDINAL RULE: PROTECT YOUR QUARTERBACK AND PIZZA HUT
Published November 24, 1997
Pizza Hut officials in MD "altered their pizza giveaway promotion" around the Ravens because they were "nervous" about the Cardinals offensive line, according to Steve Schoenfeld of the ARIZONA REPUBLIC. After customers received $9 off a large pizza after nine sacks by the Ravens last week, Pizza Hut said it wouldn't pay for more than five sacks on Sunday because the Cardinals have allowed an NFL- leading 54 sacks on the season. The Cardinals' "much- maligned line" gave up only two sacks in their 16-13 victory over the Ravens. Cards OT Lomas Brown: "They thought they were going to have a field day with us. At least the Pizza people are happy with us" (ARIZONA REPUBLIC, 11/24).