Found November 09, 2012 on
The Penalty Flag:
The Arizona Cardinals go into their bye week with a pedestrian record of 4-5. Before the season started you would be considered optimistic if you pegged the Cardinals at 4-5 so far. However, with the fast start the Cardinals got out to, winning their first four games, sitting at 4-5 right now seems a disappointment.
When breaking down the Cardinals defense there are many things to like. Number one is that cornerback Patrick Peterson evolved into a more shutdown corner and on this pace should become one of the premier corners in the NFL in a few years. Linebacker Daryl Washington is continuing to improve as he already has 75 tackles and eight sacks through nine games, if he continues this pace I fully expect him to make his first Pro-Bowl.… Read more
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The news keeps getting worse for the reeling Arizona Cardinals.
Updating a previous story, Arizona Cardinals outside linebacker O'Brien Schofield will miss the rest of the season with an injured left ankle.
Schofield, a fourth round draft pick out of Wisconsin in 2010, was hurt in the Cardinals' 31-17 loss to the Green Bay Packers last Sunday. The injury was originally...
Running back Beanie Wells was back at practice today as he continues to work his way back from a turf toe injury that landed him on the temporary injured reserve list.
RB Beanie Wells, on Arizona IR list, returned to practice.
— Howard Balzer (@HBalzer721) November 7, 2012
Wells is set to return to game action on November 25th. He still has to remain on the injured reserve/designated...
Week 10 of this year’s NFL season marks the Arizona Cardinals' bye week.They were fast out of the gates as they started off the season with four straight wins, which unfortunately was followed by five straight losses. The Cardinals sit at their bye week with a 4-5 record and third place in the NFC West.It’s no secret that the Cardinals' defense was the main reason for...
The Arizona Cardinals are on their bye week so it's a good time to look at their statistical leaders through week nine of the NFL campaign:
Kevin Kolb: 109 for 183, 59.6 completion percentage, 1169 yards, 8 TD, 3 INT
John Skelton: 96 for 172, 55.8 completion percentage, 1052 yards, 2 TD, 5 INT
LaRod Stephens-Howling: 68 carries for 184 yards (2.7 avg...
Last week: 23 (+0)
Well, at least they’ll always have the memory of being 4-0 right. Well, unless someone tries to delete the history of it. Michael Silver proclaimed them the best team in the league after their 3-0 start and I wrote about how he was an idiot for doing so because Buffalo and Washington did similar things last year. 3 game winning streaks are not special...
Washington State hasn’t been particularly good at football for about a decade. In fact, the last time the Cougars posted a winning record was in 2003 (that season was actually the third straight 10-win campaign for WSU). They would need to roll together the past five seasons’ worth of results right now to accumulate 10 wins.
Mike Leach entered Cougartown this season. He’s...