The Arizona Cardinals had a day off, so no huge news. We get some film study and a look at how all the Cardinals who have caught passes are averaging over 10 yards per catch. Here are the stories to tart the day with.
Cardinals Blogs | Chunk plays for every pass catcher
So looking over some statistics this morning while mining for information, I started looking at the receiving numbers for the Cardinals through six games. It’s amazing that both Larry Fitzgerald and John Brown are now on pace for more than 1,300 yards each. But that wasn’t the main thing that caught my eye.
Checking in on the Cardinals' divisional foes
Analyzing the 32-yard completion to Andre Ellington on a broken play
The Cardinals' red-zone woes have cost them two games.
Arizona Cardinals Q&A: Dwight Freeney
Tactical blunders? Valley sports fans know all about them.
Anita Marks says the Cardinals' Carson Palmer and his receivers are must-starts in Week 7.
Penalties, missed opportunities in the end zone, bad throws, poor assignments, lack of focus -- all played a part in Arizona's loss to Pittsburgh.
The good news is that like many of the Cardinals’ gaffes on Sunday, it is correctable. After the games on Sunday and Monday it’s clear there aren’t a glut of good teams in the NFC, and the Cards certainly still qualify as one of few.
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 placekicker, Chandler Catanzaro (@TheCatMan39). This is Four Downs.
Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians compared his team’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, which came Sunday by a score of 25-13, to the one it suffered a couple weeks before.
After back-to-back road games, the Arizona Cardinals return home for their one and only Monday Night Football appearance against the Baltimore Ravens at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.
This is the story of how Julius Thomas, a basketball star all his life, opted instead to roll the dice and give it a shot on the gridiron.
At first, this looked like an individual failure on a play we didn't understand. Now it's a play we understand and a massive coaching failure. That's worse!
Week 6 of the NFL season has come and gone, leaving a shakeup at the top in its wake.
Don't ask Jim Harbaugh about this again.
Fred Jackson's accident comes days after Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman was arrested for an alleged hit and run.
It was supposed to be the Eagles offense leading the way this season, but six weeks in, the defensive line is carrying Chip Kelly's team to the top of the NFC East standings.
Another player voices opposition to the NFL's draconian enforcement of its uniform policy.
He'll need more surgery, but there is optimism for Daniel Fells.
Jones led the Steelers to an upset over the Cardinals after replacing injured Mike Vick.
The NFL is holding town hall meetings in three cities facing potential relocation. Also, Blake Bortles deserves some attention, fallout from the WORST "Monday Night Football" game in a long time and more!