Cardinals Blogs | Washington to start, and other Arians notes
Bruce Arians just held his day-after presser. Some of the highlights:
The top plays from the comeback win in Tampa
Hear what the players had to say after the win
Linebacker to go back into starting role now that four-game suspension has ended
Notebook: Arians calls offensive showing in Tampa "putrid," Goldson's hit on Brown
A review of four hot issues from the Arizona Cardinals' 13-10 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
Here are a few notes from his Monday news conference:
"Rashard had a very tough day and he can’t play that way," Arians said. "He can’t run out of bounds. He’s a veteran. And to run out of bounds at the end of the game was ridiculous. That was probably the worst mistake he made all day."
Today, Goldson delivered another illegal hit to a defenseless receiver. Another suspension could be coming, and this time it could stick.
Drew Brees threw four touchdowns and his defense forced four turnovers to help New Orleans stay undefeated with a 38-17 victory over Miami.
Freeman has fired back at those leaking his medical information to the public.
A frontline report on the league's most dreadful division.
The Falcons are now 1-3 thanks to more red zone misfires. Greg Schiano got his quarterback, but it wasn't enough to get past himself this week. Which undefeated team is likely to stay that way, for a little longer anyway?
After a late collapse against Seattle, the Texans met to clear the air.
The Giants are 0-4 and need to stop reliving and trying to recapture the past. It's time for the organization to begin seriously evaluating who can and can't be part of the future.
Despite another ankle injury, C.J. Spiller should be able to play on Thursday.