The Arizona Cardinals saw themselves become the best team in the NFC as the Dallas Cowboys lost on Monday Night. Now we start the day as the best team and with a lot of content you might have missed on Monday.
Cardinals Blogs | After Week 8, Cardinals best team in NFC
Maybe the Cardinals are first and foremost survivors. Maybe they need to find more of a pass rush and be more consistent offensively. (Maybe those aren’t maybes.) Regardless, after tonight’s Washington overtime upset win in Dallas, the 6-1 Cardinals are alone at the top of the NFC standings.
Shot-by-shot galleries of some of the big plays from Sunday's win
Arians sees resilient team, but one that needs to upgrade on mental errors during 6-1 start
More from Monday's media session.
Fifteen hours after completing one of the more important passes of the Cardinals' 2014 season, Carson Palmer delivered something far more impactful.
"I think it's one of those things when you have a group of people that not only play in unison, but you just nailed it — every one of those guys has a chip on his shoulder," General Manager Steve Keim said.
Though he'll be monitored closely by doctors and team trainers throughout the week, Patrick Peterson didn't show any signs of suffering a concussion once the Cardinals completed their 24-20 victory Sunday over the Eagles.
Kent Somers looks back at the Arizona Cardinals' 24-20 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 8 of the NFL season.
Cardinals safety Deone Bucannon says when it comes to playing a certain position, he’s whatever the team needs him to be.
Safety Rashad Johnson talks about his game-saving play that sealed the sixth win of the season for the Cardinals.
Here in this space, we'll highlight some of the most notable quotes.
Washington beat the Dallas Cowboys in an exciting overtime matchup on Monday Night Football, winning the game 20-17.
Tony Romo spent most of the second half in the locker room after an apparent back injury but returned to the game.
The most important NFL column asks the tough questions that others are afraid to touch.
The safety took offense to rumors that some in the Seahawks locker room didn't think their quarterback was "black enough."
Mike Klis is reporting that both Thomases have turned down contract offers by the Broncos.