The Arizona Cardinals had their day off on Tuesday, but there was plenty of content to go around. Here is what you might have missed.
Cardinals Film Room: Smoke Bomb
Analyzing the 49-yard pass from Carson Palmer to John Brown from the Cardinals' 1
Infographic: Record Breaking Run Game
The three headed backfield for Arizona keeps wreaking havoc on NFL defenses
Dwight Freeney: Cardinals "Finally Called Me"
Team signs veteran pass rusher with Okafor hurting, Demens out
All three of the Cardinals' divisional foes lost on Sunday
Hello all. It's time to chat again. West Virginia logistics has changed up the time a bit for Tuesday -- we'll start at 2:30 p.m. Arizona time (5:30 EST). As we head into the Steelers game, feel free to leave questions above.
Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman takes some good-natured criticism from coaches and teammates for getting tackled by Matthew Stafford.
Arizona can't just hope Dwight Freeney produces at 35 years old. They need him to be effective.
Having finished 31st in the NFL with just 1,308 rushing yards and 32nd with an average of just 3.3 yards per carry, it was certainly an area that could stand to improve.
Cardinals defensive lineman Cory Redding says he didn't want to lower his shoulder on Matthew Stafford. He also says the Cardinals are too talented for a wild card, and he expects even more from his team.
Every week we will catch up with one Arizona Cardinals player and give our listeners the opportunity to submit questions to be answered on video. Submitting a question is easy, head on over to @AZSports on Twitter and tweet as many questions as you can think of. The best ones will make the cut! This week features Arizona Cardinals defensive end, Calais Campbell (@Campbell93). This is Four Downs.
Any team that was looking to add a veteran running back in the offseason certainly had a lot of options available both via trade and free agency. Any team that was looking to add a veteran running back in the offseason certainly had a lot of options available both via trade and free agency.
All week, we’ll keep you updated on everything going on in the Steel City as Pittsburgh prepares to take on the Cardinals at Heinz Field.
Week 5 of the NFL season is in the books and the hierarchy at the top remains the same.
Pittsburgh made a risky call that could've led to a loss. But Le'Veon Bell got to the goal line, punched the ball across, and the Steelers got a W.
The Eagles' offense found its legs against the Saints last week, but it wouldn't have been able to do much without a little help from defensive lineman Fletcher Cox and his three sacks and two forced fumbles.
Green Bay's quarterback has put up mind-numbing numbers while protecting the ball at a historic rate.
Cassel replaces Brandon Weeden, who struggled as Tony Romo's replacement
Carolina's star linebacker was sidelined for three weeks with a brain injury.
The Bills' starting quarterback could miss time, which would force backup EJ Manuel into duty.
It was way too important of a play to trust Todd Haley. Monday night fallout and more news and fantasy advice awaits you in Tuesday's Rise 'n Grind.
An egregious clock error likely did not affect the Steelers' win over the Chargers ... but it very easily could have.