Friday links provided a lot of game preview stories. There was also talk of the JFK assassination. Enjoy on this beautiful Saturday.
Tough to put a finger on best (or worst) part of Rashad Johnson story - CBSSports.com
Let's give Rashad Johnson a hand. The Cardinals safety has overcome losing a chunk of his finger to spark an Arizona winning streak and earn growing respect from teammates.
Bruce Arians' Arizona Cardinals are NFL's most fascinating team - NFL.com
Bruce Arians' Arizona Cardinals are on a roll heading into a crucial matchup with the coach's former Indianapolis Colts charges. Adam Schein explains why he'll be hanging on this squad's every move.
Preview: Indianapolis Colts vs. Arizona Cardinals
QB Carson Palmer chronicles his first season in Arizona in his own words.
Coming Soon: #INDvsAZ
The trailer for what is to come on Sunday between the Indianapolis Colts and the Cardinals.
Jerraud Powers Makes Quiet Impact
Notebook: Bethel questionable for Sunday; Colts say Richardson will improve
A glance at five top storylines for Sunday’s Cardinals-Colts game at University of Phoenix Stadium:
On the 50th anniversary of the President's assassination, coaches recall the moment
Get to know the starters for Indianapolis
So something has to give when the two teams play Sunday. Right?
The other Cardinals appearing in the top 10 at their respective positions:
Bruce Arians knows Andrew Luck knows Jerraud Powers knows Chuck Pagano knows Harold Goodwin knows Robert Mathis.
"He’s much, much better," Arians said. "He’ll be a game-time decision."
Pagano doesn’t want the focus to of the game to be on him and Arians. It's the Colts against the Cardinals.
"They've been friends for a long time," Jake said. "It wasn't like it was just one of the guys on the staff that dad didn't know."
PFT Commenter calls on NFL Fans to Wake Up and Open Their Eyes. If your not a part of the solution, your part of the problem folks.
San Francisco CB Tramaine Brock signed a four-year contract worth $16 million, despite making just one career start for the team.
The last time we put together NFL Draft rankings, it was October. In the span of a month in a half, several prospects have risen while others have dropped off. Oddly, our top five players remain unchanged.