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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- All season the Arizona Cardinals have tried to bring the best out of wide receiver Andre Roberts, and on Sunday may have figured out how as the second-year receiver had a career day. Unfortunately for them, they can't play the Dallas Cowboys every week.
Roberts set a career high in receiving yards Sunday with 111. That's one more than his previous best, set in a win against the Cowboys last season. The two games mark the only instances in Roberts' career he's gone over 100 yards receiving.
"Something about the Cowboys, I don't know," Roberts joked after the Cardinals 19-13 overtime win.
Lately it's not just the Cowboys, though, and Roberts is starting to display the talent the Cardinals have believed was there all along.
"He's blossoming in front of your eyes," Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said after the game. "You can see his confidence growing every week. He made a number of big plays for us todayand he&...
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Weird stuff from Sunday's 19-13 Cardinals victory over the Cowboys, courtesy of the Cardinals' media relations staff:
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LaRod Stephens-Howling caught a short
pass from Kevin Kolb and zipped 52 yards for a touchdown in
overtime to give the Arizona Cardinals a 19-13 victory over Dallas
on Sunday, snapping the Cowboys' four-game winning streak.
In winning four of the past five games to improve to 5-7, the Cardinals have allowed just one rushing touchdown and five offensive touchdowns.
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Cardinals fans are eagerly anticipating the return of quarterback Kevin Kolb to the starting lineup today after missing four games with a right foot injury.
Arizona (4-7) was 3-1 without him, but it was their defense, not backup John Skelton, that keyed the turnaround.
The Cardinals have high hopes for Kolb, a Houston alum, after they acquired him in July in...
Mon, 5 Dec 2011 16:32:50 CST
Add another excruciating loss for the Dallas Cowboys in the desert. LaRod Stephens-Howling caught a short pass from Kevin Kolb and zipped 52 yards for a touchdown in overtime to give the Arizona Cardinals a 19-13 victory Sunday, snapping the Cowboys' four-game winning streak. It marked the third time since 2008 that the Cowboys have lost in Arizona in heartbreaking fashion.
LaRod Stephens-Howling caught a short pass from Kevin Kolb and zipped 52 yards for a touchdown in overtime to give the Arizona Cardinals a 19-13 victory Sunday.