Cardinals Chase Playoffs Best They Can
Win in Tennessee all but mandatory, other results will play into team's outcome
Ron Wolfley and Bruce Arians look at the keys to the game against the Tennessee Titans.
NFL Films previews the Week 15 matchup between the Arizona Cardinals and the Tennessee Titans.
With rookie safety Tyrann Mathieu out for the rest of the season with a knee injury, Cason’s playing time will increase in Arizona’s final three games.
Welcome to #CardsMailbag, a weekly installment that allows you to ask Josh Weinfuss questions throughout the week via Twitter @joshweinfuss. He'll answer them every week.
When Cardinals running back Andre Ellington went down in practice on Nov. 28, quarterback Carson Palmer gave the rookie an important piece of advice.
Roland Bardon analyzes how while the Titans may be reduced to the role of spoiler here that it won't really mean an easy victory for the Cardinals.
Winning season would be big for Cardinals, who have just three in Valley, but playoffs are real goal.
Mathieu expresses disappointment over injury, says he hopes to prove Arians wrong with quick return.
"With the last two games against division opponents and the game in Seattle next week, this one is the one that kind of scares me," Pasch said. "I think you know what you're getting up in Seattle, and the one against the 49ers as well. But the Titans, they've been up and down."
From the Music City:
The Tennessee Titans pursued John Abraham when he was a free agent this offseason. The reason the Titans did not sign Abraham, reportedly, is because they couldn't agree on playing time.
The Titans defense had a bad week against the Broncos; will that make them lay down or fire them up.
Gary Kubiak is out in Houston, so who's next? Mike Shanahan, Greg Schiano and Leslie Frazier seem like the likeliest suspects.
The Minnesota Vikings have questions on offense, while Kirk Cousins' start in Washington is made more difficult.
The Redskins coach explains the decision to start Cousins as a means to evaluating the team and perhaps get future value for a good player.
The decision on whether or not to fire Mike Shanahan is tied to his expensive contract, worth $7 million a season through next year.
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