The game is on Sunday. Friday had a bunch of preview articles for the game. Enjoy them.
Cardinals Not Worried About Philly Up-Tempo
Notebook: Campbell optimistic he can play; Acho brothers reunite; Ginn remains as return man
The last time the Cardinals played the Eagles, the game was in Philly a few days after Thanksgiving. And Andre Ellington was not part of it.
But "there is nothing I can’t do," Campbell said. "Just have to deal with having a brace on the knee. I feel explosive and I could play football the way I like to play football."
Had Ted Ginn Jr. not recovered either of his muffed returns Sunday in Oakland, he knew this week might have been vastly different.
Whenever the Acho brothers were split up on opposing pickup basketball teams as kids in Texas, there was bound to be at least one errant pass from Sam to Emmanuel each game.
The Cardinals’ defense is good at stopping the run; Philadelphia likes to run. The Cardinals are good at creating turnovers; Philadelphia is good at turning the ball over.
"[It’s been] a chance to do more since everybody’s been down, and also, too, probably show that I really can help this team out a lot," Williams said. "I’m more valuable than probably what people (think).
Anyone looking for a good, old-fashioned running battle won’t have to look further than University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday.
The Arizona Cardinals' hiring of Bruce Arians represents the best stroke of fortune in recent memory. The popular head coach is becoming the face of franchise, taking the torch from Larry Fitzgerald.
Kent Somers previews and predicts Sunday's NFC showdown between the 5-1 Arizona Cardinals and 5-1 Philadelphia Eagles at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.
"I've been in offenses where the majority of the plays are designed to go to one guy," Palmer said. "This is not the case. This system is not designed to go to the 'X' or the 'Z' or the 'Y.' It depends on the coverage.
Every week is important in the NFL, and azcentral sports NFL writer Bob McManaman takes a look at a signature game that could alter the matchups in Super Bowl XLIX at University of Phoenix Stadium on Feb. 1:
After consecutive road wins, the Cardinals (5-1) are back home to face the Eagles (5-1).
In last Sunday's win over the Oakland Raiders, nine different players caught at least one pass. On the season, 12 different Cardinals have tallied at least one reception, helping to give the offense a versatile and unpredictable passing attack.
The Arizona Cardinals just keep putting distance between themselves and the rest of the NFC West.
Let's determine take the 12 worst teams in the NFL and throw them a playoff to determine the best of them for perhaps the least-coveted championship ever.
Brian Urlacher was out of bounds. You NEVER talk about a mans Eliteness. It's the worst thing you can possibly do.
Kansas City is quietly humming along as one of the NFL's most effective offenses thanks to their package plays. Danny Kelly steps into the film room for a closer look at what's so frustrating for defenses trying to stop the Chiefs.
A memo from the NFL Players Associate obtained by SB Nation outlined a number of concerns with the league's domestic violence training program for players and personnel.
The San Diego safety took a pair of big hits against the Broncos on Thursday, but kept playing.
We won't know Griffin's status for sure until Monday, but it sounds as if Washington may err on the side of caution. That's the approach the Bengals are taking with Green, who looks like he'll miss another game.
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Stepping in for Matt Ufford, Nick Stevens and crew preview a big NFL week.