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9/20 Arizona Cardinals news: Peterson gets in HOF (sort of), Fitzgerald still unknown vs Saints

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Here's to hoping Peterson continues to play on a hall of fame level for a long time. Meanwhile, the offense might need to step up with injuries to Larry Fitzgerald and Rashard Mendenhall.


Cardinals Blogs | Peterson’s throw-and-catch mean Hall of Fame
After Peterson's historic day his gloves and ball from the game were whisked off to Canton.

Next Man Up Works For Cards
With Fitzgerald ailing, offense knows it can do the job.

Andre Ellington Steps Forward
Notebook: Fitzgerald still planning to play; Mendenhall sits again.

Opposing View: Payton, Brees talk Cardinals
Hear what the coach and QB had to say.

Cardinals Blogs | The specter of Warner
Carson Palmer most likely will always have to live with the comparison of Kurt Warner.

Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald: 'I expect to play every Sunday'
While the star wide receiver may expect to play his hamstring may not care.

Mathieu impressive, but time will define success
It's tough to make any predictions based off the small sample size, but Tyrann Mathieu is slowly proving he is a changed man.

Double Coverage: Arizona Cardinals at New Orleans Saints - ESPN
Preview of the two teams and their week 3 match-up.

Secret Superstars: Week 2
Not sure if Andre Ellington 'broke out' against the Lions, but he's definitely going to get more chances.


Chiefs vs. Eagles 2013 final score: Andy Reid and Kansas City are 3-0 after 26-16 win -
Andy Reid triumphed over his former team on Thursday night, leading the Chiefs to a 26-16 win on the road against the Eagles.

Fight saves fans from watching Chiefs, Eagles -
A fight broke out in the stands at the Eagles games, and apparently, it was quite a doozy.

Know the score: The contenders -
It's never too early to take a look at the NFL playoffs, not even two weeks into the season. Using the latest Super Bowl odds, here's a look at the potential contenders.

Nobody wants you, Jason Campbell -
This week, the Browns are starting eternal backup Brian Hoyer over Jason Campbell. As it becomes ever more clear that Campbell might never regain a starting job, we wonder how he ever lost it at all.

NFL picks, Week 3: Beware of big spreads -
The Jaguars highlight a week of big point spreads and so-so games, but there's a silver lining to those lopsided matchups here in the golden age of parity.

NFL suing M.I.A. over Super Bowl performance -
The league is continuing to seek damages over an obscene gesture made during halftime of Super Bowl XLVI.

2013 NFL rookie watch: Giovani Bernard earning more playing time for Bengals -
A couple of rookie running backs are about to be set free.

Breaking down the Trent Richardson trade -
The Browns shocked the NFL by sending Trent Richardson to the Colts, but the trade makes sense for both teams. The Daily Win analyzes the move and looks back on the Browns' worst first-round draft choices, because pointing and laughing is fun.

Willis McGahee signs with Browns, plans to play Sunday, per report -
The Browns now have their replacement for the newly-departed Trent Richardson.

Sunday Sunday Sunday: Texans vs. Ravens is the game of the millennium of the week -
The Texans travel to Baltimore for a game that could shape the overall standings in the AFC.

The Buccaneers are wasting Darrelle Revis' Talents: All-22 breakdown - Bucs Nation
Paying a cornerback $16 million per year to play zone coverage is not a good idea.

NFL watchability index, Week 3: Packers, Dolphins games loaded with entertainment value -
Week 3 doesn't have as many headline-grabbing matchups as usual, but there are plenty of games worth paying attention to. Which ones? That's what we're here for. Welcome to Week 3 of the Watchability Index.