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Arians on 1 that got away: Cardinals would win rematch vs. Panthers

Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians saw his team's bid to advance to the Super Bowl end with an ugly beating at the hands of the Carolina Panthers in the NFC title game.A resounding 49-15 victory left no doubt that the better team won, but Arians isn't so sure the best team prevailed. In fact, he told the Arizona Republic that the outcome would be different if the Cardinals had...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians admires attitude of Cardinals fans

No, Bruce Arians wasn’t drowning his sorrows over the Cardinals’ 49-15 NFC championship game demolition. He was having a drink with Bob McManaman of The Arizona Republic at The Phoenix Open this week and talked about how Cardinals fans are just as unsatisfied as he is about the 2015 season. “It’s nice that our fans are pissed,” Arians said, implying that Cardinals fans...
Via The Sports Daily
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians indicates three areas of focus in 2016

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit ESPN Arizona Cardinal reporter Josh Weinfuss spoke to Bruce Arians recently and...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Arians wasn’t thrilled with five-minute wait to take field

The Cardinals were all ready to take the field Sunday for the NFC Championship Game, then told they had to wait five minutes. Head coach Bruce Arians wasn’t happy about that, according to The Panthers routed the Cardinals 49-15, but Arians didn’t use the pre-game delay as an excuse to explain why his team waited about 18 minutes to actually play after the game...
Via The Sports Daily
15 days ago  |  Discuss

What the hell happened to Carson Palmer?

During the regular season, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer was a legitimate MVP candidate. The 36-year-old, who led the NFL by a wide margin with a yards-per-attempt average of 8.7, was having a career year. And considering that he entered the playoffs supported by a top-notch receiving corps, a great running game and a stellar offensive line, there was no reason to expect...
Via This Given Sunday
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Carson Palmer: I let fans and teammates down

Carson Palmer had possibly his worst career game on Sunday, and he’s dealing with the letdown of it all on Monday. Palmer turned the ball over six times in Arizona’s 49-15 loss at Carolina in the NFC Championship game, and he feels like he let everyone down. “It comes as such an abrupt ending,” Palmer said, via ProFootballTalk’s Michael David Smith. “To be so excited...
Via Larry Brown Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians: ‘Super Bowl or bust’ for 2016 Arizona Cardinals

His team failed at the doorstep of the NFL’s biggest game, but Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians wasn’t afraid to look back on a successful season or look ahead to a very important 2016 campaign. Proud of progress but ready for more, Arians made next year’s goal crystal clear. “We made that nice step to win the division and get up to that next level to the championship...
Via The Sports Daily
16 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ted Ginn reverses field on end-around for TD

Running laterally doesn’t always work out in the NFL, but it worked out pretty well for Ted Ginn on this play in Sunday’s NFC Championship game. The Panthers wide receiver took a pitch from Cam Newton and was hemmed in by red jerseys on the left side of the field. So he figured he’d see what he could do on the opposite side of the field. Ted Ginn touchdown off the toss...
Via The Sports Daily
17 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Bruce Arians zings Seahawks during interview

Bruce Arians offered a humorous zinger during an interview with the FOX NFL crew Sunday. The Arizona Cardinals head coach joined FOX’s studio team for an interview that was aired during halftime of the Seahawks-Panthers playoff game. He was asked whether he preferred to play against the top-seeded Panthers in Carolina or at home against the sixth-seeded Seahawks. His answer was...
Via Larry Brown Sports
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians says he lied about playing to win in Week 17

After getting soundly trounced by the Seattle Seahawks, 36-6, in the final weekend of the regular season, Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians wants us to believe that was his plan all along. He wants us to believe that he never intended to play to win Sunday at home against NFC West rival Seattle. That his plan all along was to take Carson Palmer out after one half of play...
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January 04, 2016  |  Discuss

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