It's the day before when the Arizona Cardinals play, which means that there are game previews galore. Here they are!
Cardinals Blogs | Wounded Palmer is a game-day decision
"He’ll be a game-time," Arians said. "I’m sure he’ll be ready to go."
It’s hard to get away from what is the main storyline for Sunday: Is Carson Palmer going to be the quarterback?
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A glance at five top storylines for Sunday’s Cardinals-Rams game at University of Phoenix Stadium:
Notebook: QB Palmer is game-day decision to play with elbow problem
Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians expects quarterback Carson Palmer, who has been slowed by an injury to his throwing elbow, to play Sunday against the St. Louis Rams.
He was a mystery in the eyes of the NFL, a troubled college player whose professional skills were as unknown as the afternoon weather. But any questions about how the 5-foot-9 safety would handle the rigors of the NFL were answered on one play. Mathieu tracked down St. Louis tight end Jared Cook late in the first quarter, punching the ball out of his grasp and forcing a fumble.
Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss and Rams reporter Nick Wagoner sat down to discuss the upcoming matchup.
Ballard has a better feeling for the playbook and the scheme, he said. He also feels like the coaching staff is starting to trust him more.
The Cardinals didn’t need Arians to tell them something they already knew: It’s time for a win.
With a lost last week, the Cardinals playoff run came under pressure and with the Rams coming to town what areas could decide this divisional match up?
Defensive tackles in coverage, linebackers darting around the field and pass rushers in unexpected places, the Seattle Seahawks' do-it-all front seven clamped down on Drew Brees and revealed what makes it the most feared unit in the NFL.
A disappointing season has resulted in the firing of the second coach in team history.
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With a 27-20 loss to the Jaguars, the Texans are on their way to securing the No. 1 pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. The struggles of Matt Schaub and Case Keenum may have solidified their decision with the first overall pick.
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