Wow. After a Thursday of a lot of things going on about the Arizona Cardinals, there is a lot to read. There is more about Larry Fitzgerald. Kevin Minter is playing like everyone thought he could when he was drafted. And those turnovers the Cardinals are getting are turning into points. Catchup on all the stories you might have missed!
Cardinals Blogs | Cards really (really) making most of turnovers
The Cardinals lead the NFL in interceptions after three weeks. They have seven (Mathieu 2, Peterson, Powers, Rashad Johnson, Bethel, Jefferson). They have yet to recover a fumble. On the other side, Carson Palmer has thrown two interceptions, and the Cards have lost two fumbles. Their plus-3 in the turnover ratio is fine, but not overwhelming.
Notes: Star wideout hasn't lost his skills; stingy second-half defense; black jerseys Sunday
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Carson Palmer's experience isn't just beneficial to the QB -- he's helping the backs, offensive linemen and receivers so the offense runs smoothly.
Fitzgerald has had to deal with various injuries over the past couple of seasons (hamstring, MCL), which slowed him down on the field and on the stat sheets. Now that he’s completely healthy, Palmer is seeing a Larry Fitzgerald that has yet to reach his full potential, which is a scary thing for defenses.
Carson Palmer is the last one to think he’s all that or that his team is all that, so trust and believe what Palmer said on Wednesday about the Cardinals was far from a cocky statement.
Right guard Jonathan Cooper says that’s all well and good to be leading the league in fewest sacks given up, but perfection is far from being achieved among that group.
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After all, he would just be another in a growing list of veterans picked up during training camp who went on to make an impact for the team.
Urban looks at the history between the Cards and Rams and previews the big division matchup, the emergence of young defenders like Minter and Gunter, and the reemergence of Larry Fitzgerald.
Arizona has clearly had the Rams number in recent years and that has led to much individual success from players like Larry Fitzgerald and Patrick Peterson.
Antonio Brown went 35 games with at least five catches and at least 50 yards, but that streak ended on Thursday against the Baltimore Ravens.
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Good abs, man. Cool abs.
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