The first injury report came out. Bruce Arians defended Rashard Mendenhall. John Abraham got another sack. Just another day.
Cardinals Blogs | RB criticism and ailing Abraham
Some notes after Wednesday availability (and as the Cardinals practice):
Cardinals Blogs | Red-hot Abraham gets an extra sack
He now gets credit for three vs. Houston.
Justin Bethel Becomes Special Player
Former sixth-round pick still hoping to break out as cornerback
Despite Andre Ellington's increased productivity, he won't see an increased role in the offense.
On Tuesday, former NFL coach and current ESPN NFL Insider Herm Edwards ranked his top 10 cornerbacks. It’s a common topic around the NFC West, which is home to Edwards’ top two. Depending on a fan’s regional residence, their opinion on the matter will swing to either No. 1 or No. 2.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer said he loves to play games on the road in packed stadiums in front of loud, hostile crowds. He's not expecting that when his team visits the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field on Sunday.
The Arizona Cardinals found themselves one loss away from sitting inside the playoff hunt looking out.
ESPN.com Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss discusses the status of wide receiver Michael Floyd.
John Lucas knows when he's staring at himself.
"They have four good defensive linemen that can rush the passer and can play the run well," he said. "It's a defensive group that plays like they have a lead.
Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White imagines what it'd be like to stop the Broncos offense. Also in this week's Notebook, Gio Bernard's big brain fart, a breakout year from Marcell Dareus, Tavon Austin, the Terio dance and more.
In Week 11 of Fumblr: Making Clay Matthews the perfect weapon, why you're doomed to hate announcers, Terio, tip drills and more.
It's a busy week in the NFL and SB Nation's experts made their picks for the entire slate of games.
The official story is that the Kansas City Chiefs receiver was holding and speeding en route to Sonic. But the full story is not yet known.
A middling franchise has quickly become one of the NFL's most dangerous and now a confident Panthers team is ready to take the next step.
BECAUSE SOMETIMES YOU DON'T HAVE TIME TO SPELL "CHAMPAGNE" CORRECTLY.
Tavon Austin and Drew Brees were obvious picks for Week 10 honors. Shocking no one, a member of the Broncos' offense was also named among the NFL Players of the Week.
More from Revenge of the Birds:
- Texans vs. Cardinals: Snap counts and formation observations from the game
- Which Jacksonville Jaguars player would you want in Arizona?
- Arizona Cardinals are No. 1 defense in NFL, per Football Outsiders
- Arizona Cardinals podcast: ROTB Radio talks Rashard Mendenhall, Carson Palmer, playoffs
- NFL Week 11 Power Rankings: Panthers rise, Titans fall