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What Did We Learn Sunday?

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The Cardinals soared high on Sunday after beating the Indianapolis Colts 40-11. A blowout that not even Arizona fans were expecting. What does this mean for the Caridnals? What did we learn about this team? Well for starters we already know that the Cardinals are in a great position to grab a wild card spot. The defense has come up big week in and week out, and the offense finally looks as if it is coming all together. And it's scary.

This Sunday we learned that Carson Palmer still has it. Palmer finished with an impressive 314 passing yards for two touchdowns to Fitzgerald. The past two weeks Palmer has put up great numbers for the team. By now, the offense seems as if it is working itself out, and Palmer should continue his fantastic performances.

We also learned that second-year wideout Michael Floyd is starting to blossom into something beautiful. He had another 100+ yard game and it doesn't look like he will stop anytime soon.

Last but not least, Karlos Dansby must be resigned next year. Dansby has been outstanding this year and it looks as if he has revived his career in the desert. He is a big part of the Cardinal defense and he deserves to be resigned next year.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Revenge of the Birds' (ROTB) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of ROTB's editors.</em>

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