Monday was the day after the game, which meant lots of things to find around the Internet. Bruce Arians met with the media and players were at work because there was no victory Monday. Here are the stories from around the Web from Monday.
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Trip to Seattle wasn't pretty, but Arians confident players will quickly right what is wrong
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Arizona Cardinals' defense bent but didn't break in loss - ESPN
Despite giving up more than 100 rushing yards to a team for just the second time this season, the Arizona Cardinals’ defense didn’t break in Sunday’s 19-3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
As bad as the Cardinals' offense has looked – failing to score a touchdown for seven consecutive quarters now – it stands a good chance to awaken this Sunday against one of the NFL's worst defenses.
Taking a final look at the Arizona Cardinals' 19-3 loss at the Seattle Seahawks.
Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians admits the offense needs to turn it around, but he was concerned about the defense in his Monday meeting with the media.
"Learn from this because we play them again real soon," he said. "When you play a team twice in a month you've got to learn from your mistakes and you've got to remember them."
On Nov. 13, the Arizona Cardinals Josh Mauro off of the Pittsburgh Steelers' practice squad and placed him on their 53-man roster.
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians meets the media the day after every game, often times explaining injury situations as well as anything else he may have seen the day before.
How the West Was Won - Week 13: Things get a little bit tighter
Steve Keim discusses his disappointments from Sunday, most notably how the Cardinals did not match the Seahawks level of intensity.
The All-Pro safety joined the show. He gave thoughts on the Cardinals lost to the Seahawks and he gave his opinion what the Cardinals have to do moving forward.
The Chiefs placed the safety on the non-football injury list.
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A police report obtained by Scene suggests Manziel's crew assaulted a fan who approached the quarterback for a hug.
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Patrick Peterson chronicles his upbringing in Pompano Beach, Florida, and how his work ethic, will, and determination helped transform him into one of the NFL's top cornerbacks.
Steve Smith remains the NFL's best player at angering defensive backs.
Bills-Jets was moved to Detroit by massive blizzards. Scott Chandler paid homage to his team's strange contingency with a TD celebration:
The Bills home game got moved to Detroit, but that didn't stop Buffalo fans from making the trip.