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The Cardinals will be studying the Saints game film trying to figure out how to beat the Falcons. The problem is, they don't have a QB anywhere close to Brees.
After a rough Week 10, I'm sitting at 92-54-1. Who wants to keep track of a bye.
Let's see if I can turn this around this week.
Arizona at Atlanta - The Cards need to get some production from the QB position if they want any chance to make playoff this season.
The Falcons finally lost a game, which isn't a huge surprise. The Saints have an amazing offense and terrible defense. The Falcons will probably end up around 14 wins, the big question is how they will do in the postseason.
Cleveland at Dallas - The Browns are off their bye week and still don't have the talent to win in the NFL. Their offensive coordinator said that Weeden has to prove he is the QB of the future in these final weeks. The Browns can't wait for him to develop as he pushes 30.
The Cowboys ha...
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According to ProFootballWeekly.com, tight end Todd Heap likely won’t be back with the Arizona Cardinals next season.
“(Head coach Ken) Whisenhunt has been extremely frustrated with him,” a team insider said of Heap, who has been unable to get back on the field since suffering a knee injury in Week Two against the Patriots. That frustration was clearly apparent during a recent...
TEMPE, Ariz. Theres no formula for lineup changes in the NFL. Injuries, aging veterans, not-quite-ready rookies and underperformers can all play a role in game-day alterations -- and all of those factors exist with the Cardinals.
Regardless of why, Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt has made it clear that change is occurring for the most important reason of all: Losing.
(Eds: APNewsNow.) By BOB BAUM AP Sports Writer While the team around him has stumbled through five straight losses, Arizona inside linebacker Daryl Washington is emerging in his third season as one of the best defensive players in the NFL.
The former TCU star, who slipped to the second round of the 2010 draft because of concerns he wasn't big enough to play the position, has...
Cardinals running back Beanie Wells (toe) is "on track" to play Nov. 25 against the Rams. SOURCE:AzCardinals.comFantasy Spin:Wells will easily reclaim his starting job from LaRod Stephens-Howling when he returns. While fantasy owners shouldn't expect miracles due to Arizona's offensive line woes, Wells should be owned in most formats.
Mike Jurecki of XTRA Sports reports that Cardinals RB Beanie Wells appears to be on track to be activated from IR and start Week 12′s game against the Rams.
Wells has been sidelined with injuries to his toe and knee, but he’ll certainly be an upgrade over La’Rod Stephens-Howling who has been asked to take on a featured running back role following the loss of Wells and Ryan Williams.
With a red hot final two weeks, Mike O’Neill ended among AFL leaders in several offensive categories.
TEMPE – Friday night’s playoff semi-final game for future Washington State Cougar Tyler Bruggman couldn’t have gone much worse. His Brophy Prep Broncos were routed, 30-0, by Mountain Pointe, and his next head coach, Mike Leach, was on hand to watch the first half.
Sunday’s matchup between the Arizona Cardinals and Atlanta Falcons looks like a one-sided affair but it could be closer than the experts think.
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