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Bruce Arians’ first home game at University of Phoenix Stadium was a mixed bag of sorts as his team put together a 12-7 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Jay Feely converted four of five field goal attempts for Arizona’s only points of the game, and the Cardinals' defense turned Dallas over six times in the contest. Let’s take a deeper look inside the box score and figure out what we learned in this contest.How did Tyrann Mathieu fare in his first NFL start?The Honey Badger likely logged the most minutes of any single player on either team Saturday afternoon, but having not played a down of college football last season, it is more a matter of getting his legs back under him than anything else. Mathieu led the team with seven tackles in the contest, but he also played a role in the Cardinals forcing six turnovers on defense. Although Mathieu put together a nice punt return in Week 1 of the preseason, Week 2 featured a return that lost three yards and called into question the yo...
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Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians isn’t interested in talking about an arms race in the NFC West between the 49ers and the Seahawks.
Arians in fact has no interest in talking about either team being the dominant team in the division. While talking to the teams official website, Arians said ‘he doesn’t see the dominance with the 49ers and Seahawks that everyone is...
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians doesn’t see the 49ers and Seahawks as being very dominant. Big talk coming out of AZ Cardinals camp. Arians doesn't see 49ers, Hawks as dominant and GM puts Patrick Peterson with Deion, Bo. #showout — Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) August 16, 2013 Those are some big words from Arians, but I do believe the Cardinals...
The Dallas Cowboys had a gift for Bruce Arians in his first home game as Arizona coach.
The Colts’ story from a year ago makes for great football. This was a team that went 2-14 and hit the reset button. Then, their first-year head coach announces out of nowhere that he must miss an undefined amount of time to literally fight for his life. Bruce Arians steps in and leads the team to the playoffs, and Chuck Pagano beats cancer.
As great of a story as it is, in...
There is no need for the grounds crew to slide the entire 100-yard football field inside University of Phoenix Stadium on Monday when the Cardinals resume training camp practices.
Twenty yards or so will do just fine at least for the offense.
That’s the part of the field that’s given the Cardinals problems in the first two preseason games. And although they beat the Cowboys...