Found September 05, 2012 on Fox Sports Arizona:
This week Matt speaks with Pro Football Hall of Famer Warren Moon. They talk about the mindset of NFL players this close to the season; discuss the situation with backup referees; a thought on Cam Newton; a preview of this weekend's matchup of the Seahawks-Cardinals game; and his thoughts on John Skelton being named the starter. Among his observations: -- On the difference between training camp today from when he played: "These guys have it a lot easier than the guys had it back in the day." -- On backup referees: "It's not a good thing for the NFL." -- On John Skelton being named the starter for the Cardinals: "The team just seems to rally around (him)." 110 Sports Podcast is being powered by NOVA Financial Services, find out more information at View podcast archives

NFL:Skelton pushes Kolb to the bench

John Skelton has won the race to begin the new NFL season as the Arizona Cardinals starting quarterback. The decision by head coach Ken Wisenhunt means last year’s first choice Kevin Klob will start the season from the bench – as many NFL rumours websites had predicted, allowing Skelton the chance to establish himself in the Cardinals team when they take on the Seattle Seahawks...

Cardinals put Bridges on IR, sign McQuistan

The Cardinals placed tackle Jeremy Bridges on injured reserve Monday with torn ligaments in his thumb, another blow to the team's depth on the offensive line. Bridges had entered camp as the starter at right tackle before getting beaten out by rookie Bobby Massie, but he had starting experience at both tackle and guard, something the Cardinals now have little of with Brown and...

Disapppointed QB Kolb finds himself back on bench

Kevin Kolb was back at practice on Monday, no longer competing for the starting job for the Ariziona Cardinals but as backup NFL quarterback once again. The team's workout was its first since coach Ken Whisenhunt announced Friday that John Skelton would be the starter for Sunday's regular-season opener against Seattle. Kolb says he's disappointed by the move but believes...

Kolb, Skelton react to QB choice; Bridges out

Cardinals starting quarterback John Skelton said he and Kevin Kolb have not discussed the now-concluded quarterback battle since coach Ken Whisenhunt named Skelton the starter on Friday. But Kolb did speak to reporters Monday for the first time since receiving the bad news. One thing I have learned in this league is its full of surprises, Kolb said. You just keep pressing forward...

Beanie Wells will start for the Cardinals

According to Darren Urban of, running back Beanie Wells will get the start this week for the Arizona Cardinals. I expect Beanie. RT @ge_weber: @cardschatter who is going to start at RB week1? #fantasydecision — Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) September 5, 2012 Even though Wells is starting, I believe Ryan Williams will also get a nice chunk of carries himself.

Cardinals pick up offensive tackle

The Arizona Cardinals signed veteran free-agent offensive tackle Pat McQuistan to a one-year deal Monday and placed reserve lineman Jeremy Bridges on season-ending injured reserve. McQuistan was released by the Dallas Cowboys on Friday. The six-year veteran played 10 regular-season games for New Orleans last season. Bridges sustained a thumb injury in the Cardinals’ preseason...

Every NFL fan stereotype in 90 seconds

Our friends at The NOC have created a great piece which runs through all the fan stereotypes in 90 seconds. For each of you who support a team you will find it pretty spot on.The highlight by far was the missing Arizona Cardinals fan. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

Mike Leach calls for Husky vs. Tiger death match in a cage.

Losing the season opener to BYU apparently hasn't stopped Washington State head football coach Mike Leach from being Mike Leach. The Pirate King heard that his Washington counterpart Steve Sarkisian brought a caged tiger on to the practice field sidelines while the Huskies prepared to face LSU this Saturday, and naturally had to comment on it. “They could have stuck a...

PRACTICE: Leach looking for 'good value'

PULLMAN – Mike Leach continued on Tuesday to look for better production from the offensive line during a lengthy practice, though one of the hogmollies struggled in particular. Over on D, the team saw a d-lineman continue to make his way back and a cornerback return, Mike Leach holds court and more...

Unquiet the Western Front: Mike Leach, Boise St., Jeff Tedford, and more.

 (Unquiet on the Western Front is SWRT's look at the Pac-12, WAC, Mountain West, and other West Coast/Rocky Mountain schools extravaganza.) A Pirate Looks at Schadenfreude.   Mike Leach tries to assess the his first loss as  Washington State head football coach against BYU. (The Spokane Spokesman-Review) Boise State was "...

AP Pro32 comments about Cardinals

Comments on the Arizona Cardinals by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses): --- ARIZONA CARDINALS (25) Chris Berman (ESPN, 27) - Finished strong. Maybe Patrick Peterson can return six punts for TDs. Clifton Brown (Sporting News, 23) - John Skelton winning starting job does not solve quarterback problems. Cris Collinsworth (NBC Sports, 24) - Larry Fitzgerald is great WR...

Mike Leach has a suggestion for Washington's live tiger tactic

I have said it before and I'll say it again. It is darn good to have Mike Leach back in college football, and it seems he gives us a new reason to love him every day. He is never afraid to share his opinions and thought son anything, and yesterday was no exception. The Internet was buzzing with the news that Washington brought a live tiger out to practice this week to...

Leach: Games need to resemble strong practice

REPLICATION. That is what Washington State coach Mike Leach said he is looking for when it comes to translating practice performance into game production during his Tuesday Pac-12 coaches teleconference.
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