The Arizona Cardinals lost to the Denver Broncos. There were other games, too. For today's "Bird Droppings," we have a bunch of recaps for the Cardinals game, plus the recaps for the rest of the games from Sunday.
Recapping the recaps for Cards/Broncos:
Social media chatter for the Week 5 matchup
Campbell, Stanton could be lost as Manning throws for 479 in 41-20 Broncos' win
The Cardinals didn't view Sunday's game against the Broncos as do or die, so, emotionally, they can cope with the 41-20 loss at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
A few thoughts on the Arizona Cardinals' 41-20 loss to the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Peyton Manning threw his 500th career touchdown pass, then threw three more in the Broncos' 41-20 win over the Cardinals Sunday.
After being shocked to the tune of 41-20, it's time to lick the wounds and recover quickly before next week.
Manning joined Brett Favre in the NFL's most exclusive of clubs with his 500th touchdown toss Sunday when the Denver Broncos handed the Arizona Cardinals their first loss, 41-20.
The story of the Arizona Cardinals' first loss of the 2014 NFL season was told by three men named Thomas.
Sunday's other NFL games:
If you almost had a heart attack, then you should get checked out. But if you were a Panthers fan that watched the Cardiac Cats come from behind and win 31-24, then your heart rate increase was normal.
Giants over .500 for first time since 2012 after Beckham, Williams help team rally
The Browns went on a 26-0 run to end the game, with the final, go-ahead score being a 6-yard touchdown pass from QB Brian Hoyer to WR Travis Benjamin with 1:09 to play in the game.
Other news from around the NFL:
Jon Gruden was traded by the Oakland Raiders in 2002, but owner Mark Davis is smitten with the idea of a reunion.
The former wide receiver played under Harbaugh for his final season.
Don't expect the "Jim Harbaugh is discontent" rumors to subside any time soon.
NFL players can no longer wear Beats headphones on camera due to the league's contract with another audio giant, Bose.
An ESPN report describes tension between the Patriots and their franchise quarterback, whose tenure as the starter could end "sooner than later."
Peyton Manning joined Brett Favre as the only players in NFL history to reach 500 passing touchdowns.
The Cardinals were not happy about the play that took out their all-world defensive lineman.
Touchdown Tom is reaching milestones again.