It's Wednesday and that means just five more days(including today) until the Cardinals take on the Seattle Seahawks at home. With the slowest part of the week approaching, let's take a look at some Cardinal-talk around the web.
- At ESPN, Mike Sando takes a look at who's stock is rising and who's is falling. No surprise that Kurt Warner's is rising after his five touchdown performance. Anquan Boldin joins the falling list after his post game comments towards head coach Ken Whisenhunt.
- Also from ESPN, Tommie Harris makes his apology to Deuce Lutui, but another Bears defensive lineman Israel Idonije accused Duece of playing dirty. Really? Never thought of him as a dirty player but ok.
- Sando then looks at the play by play before Harris was ejected, showing that he and Lutui were shoving each other before the punch.
- Sando also looks at how the NFC West can produce another Super Bowl team. Offense is a key for the Cardinals to make a run towards the end of the season.
- Kurt Warner wins NFC player of the week for his five touchdowns against the Bears. This marks the 8th time in his career he's won it and the 4th time as a Cardinal.
- Darren Urban talks about Matt Leinart not being fazed by the interception, and that he knows he'll be fine.
- Urban also discusses the state of the Cardinals after eight games and how Ken Whisenhunt feels. The Cardinals know how important it is winning at home.
- Paola Boivin talks about the situation with Anquan Boldin, and that they may be better without him.
- From Bob McManaman, he discusses how the Cardinals must protect the nest and that the Cardinals may be onto something if they can start winning at home and on the road.