The Arizona Cardinals had a day off...well, the veterans did. The press didn't, and there were plenty of stories.
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Go inside the locker room to celebrate with the team and hear Bruce Arians' address to the team.
Head Coach Bruce Arians spoke with the media after watching film of the 27-24 win over the Houston Texans.
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"We set a goal way back, once we hit five wins," Arians said. "Five wins and then we start having victory Monday.
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"Carson did a great job for us today," receiver Larry Fitzgerald said after Sunday's 27-24 win over the Texans. "He made some great throws."
Every stop along his long-winding road to Arizona, Bruce Arians has favored an offensive scheme that highlights the tight end position.
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The Arizona Cardinals got to revel in their 27-24 win over the Houston Texans by having Monday off. It was "Victory Monday," meaning the team's veterans were not required to come in.
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"He's been very solid in his pass protection, and he gives us a heck of a leader in that room of young players that you have to have. He's a quality player."
Justin Bethel has not missed a game over his year and a half in the NFL.
The Seahawks look to be on their way to the top seed in the NFC, while the idle Chiefs have a huge game in Denver next weekend with serious playoff implications.
There are no more winless teams in the NFL! One day after the Jags finally broke through, the Bucs knocked off a spiraling Dolphins team on another ugly Monday night.
What's the fate of a coach like Gus Bradley or Greg Schiano? History says that there's a good chance they won't coach again, but also that there's a slight chance they'll be Super Bowl bound. Very slight.
The Eagles have a quarterback of the moment, and it might be all they need to win the NFC East. This week's Debrief tries to understand the Eagles, celebrates the gadget player and wonders what might happen to the Falcons.
Rob Ryan has transformed the worst defense in NFL history into one of the NFL's best units. Oh, and he hangs out in dive bars with Saints fans after home games. What other NFL coaches would you possibly want to get a beer with?
STARTING LEFT TACKLE WITH THE RECEIVING TOUCHDOWN /AIRHORN /AIRHORN /AIRHORN
You're not in Kansas anymore, Kansas City Chiefs! Oh, you never were? Right on, then.
A win over the San Francisco 49ers has legitimized Carolina, now it's a question of whether they can keep it up. Takeaways looks back at that game and the rest of Sunday's action.