After Monday Night Football and a veteran's player day off, Bruce Arians talked to the media. That is where the bulk of today's content comes from. Here is what is around the Internet already.
Quarterback play improving as Cardinals head to stretch run
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Arians said he made a bad play-call and instead of going with, he realized discretion was the better part of valor.
Eric Karabell talks about fantasy expectations for Michael Floyd after his breakout Week 11.
Other news from Arians’ Monday news conference:
If it was up to Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, Sunday’s game wouldn’t be on the schedule. Not this soon. Not this year. Not ever.
"He’s a special talent," Fitzgerald said. "He’s big and physical and his confidence is through the roof right now. And everybody in this room is just so happy for him."
The Cardinals' backfield duo, along with quarterback Carson Palmer, rushed for a mere 14 yards on 24 carries -- a season-worst 0.6 yards per carry.
"When I called the play, I second-guessed myself," Arians said Monday. "I don't normally do that."
Finally, Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians can turn his attention to the Indianapolis Colts. He wishes he didn't have to.
Tom Brady and Cam Newton exchanged blows in a thrilling fourth quarter on Monday Night, but it was the Panthers left standing when the clock hit zeroes ... and a potential interference call on the final play of the game was not called.
The Panthers-Patriots game featured one of the strangest endings of the year. A bad call, two pissed off quarterbacks and some embarrassed officials.
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