The Suns lost last night, U of A and ASU are playing today, time for some links.
Arizona Cardinals vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers scouting report
Arizona Cardinals vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers scouting report, Kent Somers breaks down the matchup and offers his prediction for Sunday's game in Glendale.
Arizona Cardinals' Beanie Wells gets the start at running back
Beanie Wells already was the featured back in the Cardinals running game. Now, he is the starter, too.
No fine for hit on Cards QB Max Hall - NFC West Blog - ESPN
The hit Seattle Seahawks defensive end Chris Clemons put on Arizona Cardinals quarterback Max Hall while making a sack in Week 7 will not cost Clemons in the wallet.
Friday before the Bucs
So Beanie is the starter. What will it mean? Well, if Beanie gets real hot early, he could be in the 30-carry range assuming the Cards have success. If there is a normal rhythm to the offense/game, Tim Hightower is still going to be a solid part of the game plan.
Branch Finds Will When He Weighs
New attitude, weight helps former second-round pick
Phoenix Suns drop home opener to defending champion Los Angeles Lakers
The Suns limited their turnovers, the Lakers second chances and Kobe Bryant's greatness while flooring it for a pace with no speed limit. But there are no limits on the ways the world champs can beat a team.
NFL Videos: Week 8: Buccaneers vs. Cardinals Preview
The surprising 4-2 Bucs look to continue their winning ways vs. the Cardinals in Week 8.
NFC: Which team is really the best?
NFC: Which team is really the best?, Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris said his team is the best in the NFC, but you can make a case for at least 10 other teams.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vs. Arizona Cardinals: 5 Keys to a Bounce Back for Birds | Bleacher Report
For those of you that don't know, after their last nine losses, the Cardinals have followed up with a win.
Final Word: NFC West - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Five nuggets of knowledge about Week 8:
How Brad Childress will make the Brett Favre decision - Peter King - SI.com
The Minnesota Vikings do not know if Brett Favre will make his 316th straight NFL start (including playoffs) Sunday in Foxboro against the Patriots, and that's the truth. This is how it's going to work with Favre and his injured ankle this weekend: Coach Brad Childress will watch him at practice Friday in Eden Prairie, Minn., and then again Saturday in the team's walk-through practice before flying to Massachusetts in the afternoon, before deciding whether Favre or Tarvaris Jackson will play in the vital game at New England.
NFL.com news: Make no mistake: Life without Romo will hurt the Cowboys
With all due respect to wide receiver Roy Williams, the Cowboys, as an organization, are about to learn what life without quarterback Tony Romo will be like.