Judging from the title, it's obvious that right now it's a good moment to be an Arizona Cardinal fan. First place in the West, three wins in a row and on the road, and a win over a good New York Giants team is starting to feel good. Let's take a look around the web.
- Darren Urban gives bits and pieces of information from the game, including the spotting of a "critter" that caused running back Jason Wright to jump into the arms of Beanie Wells. "He hopped in my arms like a little girl," Wells said with a smile. "It was the funniest thing I’ve seen in my life."
- Urban also gets the recap from coach Ken Whisenhunt. Whiz says that Beanie is "not going to be the starter anytime soon". He also said that they probably should have ran more after the Cardinals recovered the fumble at the end of the game.
- Urban also gives a more in-depth look at why Beanie Wells won't be starting soon. Whisenhunt has more confidence in Hightower right now.
- Finally, Urban looks at the status of DRC's ankle sprain. DRC said he's ok and he will be back quick. He also talks about Alan Branch's big game and Anquan Boldin.
- Mike Sando looks at the remaining games on the schedule and believes the Cardinals can finish with 9 or 10 victories this season.
- Sando also looks at the success Kurt Warner had against the standard pass rush and the extra blitz on Sunday. Warner was clearly better when the Giants only brought standard pressure.
- Kent Somers discusses a funny story in the locker room after the game. After Alan Branch learned he had two sacks, he and Bryan Robinson attempted a high five that went bad. Apparently, Robsinon's hand smacked Somers in the face, breaking his glasses and cutting his nose. All is good, as Somers laughed it off.
- From AZcentral, Bob McManaman discusses how the Cardinals defense is gaining confidence. Ever since their goal line stand against the Texans, they've been riding that momentum against the Seahawks and Giants.