Cardinals Blogs | What to do with Dansby
Dansby’s play has been fantastic. He is in great shape, he and Washington are pushing each other and ‘Los smiles all the time.
Cardinals Blogs | Wednesday before the Seahawks
– Turnovers have been brutal for the Cards – eight of them in the three losses – and Bruce Arians certainly hasn’t been happy with it. How to fix it? "Quit doing it," Arians said. "Hold on to the damn ball and quit throwing it to the other team. It’s really simple. It plagues some teams and right now it’s plaguing us and we have to fix it."
A glance at five top storylines for Thursday’s Cardinals-Seahawks game at University of Phoenix Stadium:
Hear from Richard Sherman and Russell Wilson
Notebook: Stopping Lynch; Campbell optimistic he'll play; Helping Palmer with trust
Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell won't know until Thursday afternoon if he'll be able to play against the Seattle Seahawks.
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Adequate healing, practice time compromised to accommodate NFL's Thursday night games.
The Cardinals' next game will be another big test for the their run defense.
Wednesday, Campbell stood in front of his locker confident he would be able to play against NFC West-leading Seattle in a little over 24 hours at University of Phoenix Stadium.
Whether it is his fault or not, the quarterback is always the first player criticized, the first player blamed when a play doesn't work or a game is lost.
The veteran quarterback thinks that his receivers will need to match the muscle of Seattle's defensive duo to be successful.
Houston native Vince Young wants to play football again. The Texans are mired in the dumbest quarterback controversy of the season. Let's put the two together in Madden and see if one man can kill an entire game's worth of clock.
This week, we put a pair of coaching decisions under the microscope, one good and one bad. Also, two of the game's top linebackers right now are being overlooked, and Green Bay has a new closer.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin has banned touchdown flipping and ping pong, so Dan Rubenstein holds a mini funeral for the small amount of fun left in professional football
Indianapolis was fortunate enough to replace one franchise quarterback with another, but was it the right move?
The Matt Cassel era is dead. Long live the Matt Cassel era.
Underdogs like the Bills and Cardinals are looking to get a win against favored division rivals this week. And, of course, the Colts would like to give Peyton Manning his first loss of the season in his return trip to Indianapolis.
It just wouldn't be Philadelphia without a quarterback controversy.
People have been overreacting to Jim Irsay's comments regarding Peyton Manning, perceiving it as a shot against his good friend and former quarterback. That's not the case. Just stop it.
The NFL's Thursday Night Football schedule hasn't been a huge hit with players or fans, yet the league is reportedly considering adding more games to the schedule.
Arizona's head coach would not mind seeing the mid-week game go away.
With Randall Cobb on short-term injured reserve and James Jones hurting, who exactly is Aaron Rodgers going to throw the ball to?