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The Arizona Cardinals started off on fire including an upset win in week 2 against the New England Patriots on the way to a 4-0 record. However, the Cardinals are 0-3 in their last three games. Can the Cardinals be falling back to earth, or is it a bump in the road? A questionable running back situation, a running quarterback competition, and a defense looking for help from the offense, seems to be slowing the Cardinals down. Whisenhunt spoke to KTAR in Phoenix with Doug and Wolf about the recent slide, and the mindset of the Cardinals. “I think if you look at the way the games went, certainly Buffalo with the kick, we would’ve had that one. I think if we would’ve made a couple plays [Sunday] — for instance, if we make the two field goals and don’t give up the touchdown on the interception — it’s a different game. So I don’t sense that from our players. I know they feel like we’ve made too many mistakes over the last three games.” “We can’t make those mistakes. We can’t turn the ball
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