The Cardinals added another win to their total, making it at least a 10-win season for the first time since 1976. They swept the Rams for the third consecutive season, and may have improved their playoff positioning as well. There were several Cardinals that stood out, but none as much as these four.
Kurt Warner: After a mediocre performance against the inferior Lions, the 38 year old quarterback bounced back with an imposing effort on Sunday. There's not much that Warner didn't do as he completed 24 passes for 313 yards. It was his 52nd 300 yard game - which is good for 4th all time - and also added 2 more touchdowns. The 2 scores gave him 100 TDs as a Cardinal, and made him only the second player in NFL history to throw 100 TDs for two teams.
Beanie Wells: Beanie added 68 more yards to his season total(774) on Sunday, making his rookie year even more impressive. Although he didn't surmount 100 yards, he did average 4 yards per carry and ran in a 3 yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Wells also caught a pass that was good for 25 yards. The Cardinals will likely put much of the running load on Wells' shoulders once the playoffs begin.
Anquan Boldin: Anquan wasn't one of the Cardinals wide receivers to score a touchdown on Sunday, but he dominantly caught 8 passes for 116 yards for the day. Of his 8 receptions, six resulted in first downs. Boldin's big day puts him 14 yards short of 1,000 yards on the season as well. His aggressiveness has shined the last seven games, which certainly the right time of the season for Q to be turning "it" on.
Adrian Wilson: The Cardinals safety will likely earn a trip to his 3rd pro bowl when the selections are announced on Tuesday night, but Wilson's bigger accomplishment was joining the 20/20 club. With a sack on Sunday, Wilson put his sack total at 20.5 for his career, and also added another interception he returned for 41 yards. The interception gives him five for the year, making that a career high. It was obvious how much getting the sack meant to Wilson, who becomes the 10th player to ever nab 20 interceptions and 20 sacks in NFL history.
The Cardinals win on Sunday was not only a victory for the team, but was an accomplishment for several Cardinals as well. As always, if you feel anyone should be added to the list, just leave a comment. Who did you vote for and why?
Who is the Arizona Cardinal of the week?
Kurt Warner (88 votes)
Anquan Boldin (84 votes)
Beanie Wells (14 votes)
Adrian Wilson (110 votes)
296 total votes