Week 8 is almost in the books. The Arizona Cardinals got a thrilling 24-20 win. There were other good games around the league, too.
Here are today's links -- recapping the recaps of the Cards games, recaps from the rest of the league and other news.
Holy Smokey: Cardinals Beat Eagles
Brown's 75-yard touchdown and late defensive stand push Cards to 24-20 win
Cards' Defense Plays For The Win
Goal-line stand, late pass breakups, turnovers spur victory over Philadelphia
Larry Fitzgerald Burns Eagles Again
Notebook: Peterson to undergo concussion protocol; Campbell returns; Catanzaro sets record
Arizona Cardinals hold on to top Philadelphia Eagles
It's one thing to preach that it's possible to play football with boldness and intelligence, that they aren't mutually exclusive. It's another to put that into practice when palms are sweating, stomachs turning and hearts fluttering.
The football stadium in Glendale has become our field of dreams, staging historic triumphs, magical moments and a day that made grown men and women cry.
The Arizona Cardinals' defense didn’t care Sunday how much real estate it had to defend against the Eagles.
There wasn’t a doubt in Antonio Cromartie’s mind that he was returning his first interception as a member of the Cardinals.
With a running game that yielded only two plays of 10 yards or longer, Carson Palmer turned to the pass to get Arizona by Philadelphia 24-20.
QB Nick Foles had three chances to throw the ball into the end zone to win the game but came up empty-handed.
John Brown made a spectacular 'Willie Mays' 75-yard touchdown catch to push the Cardinals ahead of the Eagles on Sunday - it was his third NFL touchdown and first huge play in the pros. - Cardinals Stories - Arizona Sports Now on 98.7 FM
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles threw two interceptions all of last season. He threw that same number Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium -- both snared by Cardinals cornerback Antonio Cromartie in Arizona's 24-20 win.
ESPN Video: Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Cardinals' 24-20 win over the Eagles.
A few thoughts on the Arizona Cardinals' 24-20 win against the Philadelphia Eagles at University of Phoenix Stadium.
NFL scores, Week 8:
After stalling in the red zone all day, Russell Wilson finally led the Seahawks to the end zone when it mattered most.
It was one of the weirder fourth quarters... ever. The Bengals literally tried to dump an eventual victory, but reclaimed the win late in the fourth quarter, completing the season sweep against Baltimore.
It looked like the Minnesota Vikings were going to fall apart again, but rookie linebacker Anthony Barr was not about to let that happen.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger throws for 522 yards and six touchdowns - both franchise records - in huge home win for Pittsburgh.
Other NFL stories:
Richard Sherman stamped out the non-controversy about whether his Seahawks teammates think their QB is "not black enough."
The worst trick play kick return ever, starring the Jets and Percy Harvin - SBNation.com
If a facepalm could take the shape of a football play, it'd be this one.
Ben Roethlisberger makes NFL history with 2nd 500-yard passing game - SBNation.com
He came up a little short of the NFL single-game record, but Ben Roethlisberger did make some NFL history on Sunday.
The Falcons' worst ever choke is a work of art - SBNation.com
Maybe Mike Smith is good at things other than coaching?
NFL hot seat watch: Rex Ryan can find inspiration from Jason Garrett - SBNation.com
Jeff Fisher and Rex Ryan have the hottest seats among NFL head coaches heading into Week 8 of the season.