Its gameday! The rematch of Matt Leinart and Vince Young after their incredible game in the 2006 Rose Bowl, and last seasons game where Leinart found out he would have to play a couple of hours before the game after Kurt Warner's concussion from the week before kept him out, and he played well enough to win the game, except Young did it again and beat Leinart in the final seconds after a 99 yard drive with 3 4th down conversions on that one drive.
Here are some links, and most of what I've found was about the Leinart/Young connection.
KTAR.com - Trumaine McBride having impressive camp
When the Cardinals traded away Bryant McFadden during draft weekend, the right cornerback spot was immediately perceived to belong to Greg Toler. And it still might. But so far in here in training camp it's been four-year veteran Trumaine McBride whose been seeing the bulk of time opposite Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie with the first team defense.
KTAR.com - Whisenhunt talks about the end of camp
Whisenhunt said he feels a lot better about two of the bigger position battles after three weeks of camp: inside linebacker and right cornerback.
Tennessee Titans' Vince Young, Arizona Cardinals' Matt Leinart wait for NFL success | tennessean.com | The Tennessean
Fresh off their unforgettable duel in the Rose Bowl, quarterbacks Vince Young and Matt Leinart were all the rage leading up to the NFL draft in 2006.
Nothing on line this time as Young, Leinart meet - NFL - CBSSports.com Football
At least this time, Matt Leinart knows he'll be starting for Arizona against Vince Young's Tennessee Titans.
Out of nowhere
Each year in training camp, there are some players who come out of nowhere to impress their coaches. Some of them are drafted players, but there are usually some undrafted free agents who wind up shocking the NFL world.
Cardinals QB Matt Leinart throwing to new guys - NFL - Sporting News
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Matt Leinart needs a productive preseason performance to bolster his confidence and that of his teammates. But he's going to find that more difficult this week because he'll be playing without two of his three starting receivers.
Cardinals back Wells looking to step up, but he's not alone - NFL - CBSSports.com Football
"It's kind of embedded in my mind that I'm going to be the best running back that ever played for the Arizona Cardinals and one of the best in the league this year," he said, adding that he's shooting for 1,000 yards.
A Busy Week-And-A-Half
Three games in 11 days.
Memo to Matt Leinart: Start like Alex Smith - NFC West Blog - ESPN
The 12-play, 70-yard touchdown drive Alex Smith just led for the San Francisco 49ers was precisely what the team needed to see from Smith and its first-team offense.
Farewell to Johnny Bailey
Johnny Bailey made a Pro Bowl for the Phoenix Cardinals back in 1992, when he led the NFL with 13.2 yards per punt return. He averaged more than 11 yards a punt return as a rookie for the Bears in 1990. But Rod Graves — now the Cardinals’ general manager who was part of the Bears’ front office that drafted Bailey back in 1990 — doesn’t think football when he first thinks of Bailey.
KTAR.com - Doug & Wolf
THE 2010 CAMP CARDINALS AWARDS
Arizona Cardinals remember the Tennessee Titans game
Everybody remembers things a little bit differently.
Leinart-Young Preview: Leinart Looks To Solidify Starting Job | Bleacher Report
Matt Leinart and Vince Young, two Heisman Trophy winning quarterbacks will lead their teams in preseason match-up on Monday night.
[this guy seems to think that when Reggie lost his Heisman it went to Young or something...]
Arizona Cardinals vs Tennessee Titans: Five Things To Watch | Bleacher Report
A couple of other things that would be nice to see from Matt are true confidence and poise. Help us believe that you want the job and feel like your offensive line believes in you. I suppose we will see Matt for most of the first quarter, so if he can make the most of it, it will instill confidence in the Cardinal faithful...at least for another week.
A Tale of Two Quarterbacks: Leinart and Young " Cardinals Gab
It was the best of times, it was the worse of times. Both Vince Young and Matt Leinart could have uttered those words during their respective pro careers to date.
WR Stephen Williams Continues to Impress " Cardinals Gab
Do you know who Stephen Williams is? No, well that’s alright. Almost no one outside of Flagstaff does, but that doesn’t mean it will necessarily stay that way.
Pre-Season Week 2 Preview: Cardinals @ Titans " Cardinals Gab
The Cards didn’t have to wait long for their national stage because they will be featured on ESPN for their second pre-season game, when the Cardinals will meet the Tennessee Titans.
Video: Cardinals-Titans preview - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Ron Jaworski, Jon Gruden and Mike Tirico preview the Arizona Cardinals-Tennessee Titans matchup on ESPN's "Monday Night Football" -- with Gruden comparing the Cardinals' Beanie Wells to a young Eddie George.
What to watch: Cardinals on Monday night - NFC West Blog - ESPN
What to watch from the Arizona Cardinals' perspective when the team visits the Tennessee Titans on ESPN's "Monday Night Football"
Young, Leinart set to cross once again on common path | Nashville City Paper: Nashville's Online Source for Daily News
Forget the notion that there’s any sort of rivalry between quarterbacks Vince Young and Matt Leinart. The more appropriate word is empathy.