Found October 23, 2013 on The Football Fan Spot:
Last week: 23 (-4) Record: 3-4 I feel like I never have anything to say about the Cardinals. They’re not terrible, but they’re not great. They have a solid defense held back by an erratic quarterback behind a terrible offensive line and an inability to establish the running game. They will definitely win at least 6 games and surpass their pre-season 5.5 win total over/under. That’s not a surprise. Teams with over/under win totals of 6 or less hit about 2/3rds of the time. Week 7 Studs ROLB John Abraham Week 7 Duds QB Carson Palmer LT Bradley Sowell RT Eric Winston RG Paul Fanaika LG Nate Potter TE Rob Housler SS Yeremiah Bell

Campbell emerging as elite talent on Cardinals' defense

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Veterans in the Cardinals locker room don't describe Calais Campbell as a vocal leader, but don't be mistaken. "You dont have to be mic'd up on NFL Network to be a leader," veteran defensive end Frostee Rucker said. "It's not always about who's breakin' it down and giving speeches. It's about how you play and how you conduct...

Gameday preview: Atlanta Falcons vs. Arizona Cadinals

ATLANTA, GA- The Arizona Cardinals(3-4) had a few extra days to prepare for the Atlanta Falcons (2-4) while licking their wounds after a 34-22 loss to the Seattle Seahawks (6-1) on Thursday night. The Cardinals now find themselves in a must win situation after losing their third division game, putting them at (0-3) in the NFC West. With a rough schedule the Cardinals have pulled...

Cardinals sign WR Williams, release LB Demens

The Arizona Cardinals have signed speedster Teddy Williams and intend to use him as a wide receiver. Williams played seven games at cornerback and on special teams last season for the Indianapolis Colts after being elevated from the practice squad. He didn't play football in college but was a track standout at Texas-San Antonio. He signed with Dallas as an undrafted rookie free...

Cardinals notes: Another elite tight end on horizon

TEMPE, Ariz. -- It's not a well-kept secret that the Cardinals have struggled against tight ends. St. Louis' Jared Cook, New Orleans' Jimmy Graham and San Francisco's Vernon Davis have torched the team for a combined six touchdowns and 455 yards, while Carolina's Greg Olsen (five catches, 79 yards) and Seattle's Zach Miller (five catches, TD) also had good...

Abraham faces old team after big Seattle game

(Eds: With AP Photos.) By BOB BAUM AP Sports Writer John Abraham came to Arizona strictly as a pass rusher, a 35-year-old player nearing the end of an outstanding career. But injuries to both of the Cardinals' starting outside linebackers thrust Abraham into the role of an every-down player. It's a job he's embraced as a chance to show he's still got it. Last week...

Adding a speed cornerback — as receiver

The news leaked out yesterday that the Cardinals were going to be signing former Colts cornerback Teddy Williams a player with a ton of speed. The Cardinals had cut linebacker Kenny Demens to make room for Williams on the roster. What hadn’t come out is that Williams was being signed as a wide receiver. I’ll admit the move raised eyebrows somewhat when I thought Williams was...

Falcons find motivated former teammate in Cards' Abraham

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. Defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux played alongside John Abraham for seven seasons with the Falcons during which time they grew close on and off the field. They talked as recently as last Sunday, but not about the Falcons upcoming game on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, Abrahams new team.Still, Babineaux knows his friend well enough to realize that Abraham...
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