We have reached the weekend and are a day closer to the Arizona Cardinals taking on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football. To start your Saturday, here are some stories from all over the Web about the Cards and the rest of the NFL.
John Brown Tracks For 1,000 Yards
Notes: Fitzgerald scorches Eagles; Rashad Johnson game-day decision; Barkley's help
Arizona Cardinals know they must fix short-yardage problems - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Before the bye, Arizona converted 9-of-12 short-yardage plays; since the bye, they've converted only 4-of-9.
Michael Floyd s attitude, size makes him deep-ball threat - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Arizona Cardinals receiver Michael Floyd is becoming Carson Palmer's favorite deep threat.
Super Bowl champion Red Bryant sees title traits in Arizona Cardinals - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Though he has only been with the Cardinals three weeks, former Seahawk Red Bryant likes what he sees: 'I see a lot of continuity on this team.'
Harold Goodwin: "It's on everybody" to fix short-yardage and goal line issues - NBCSPORTS1060.COM
"If we want to be a team that’s going to play deep into the playoffs, we have got to address that right now," wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald said.
The Cardinals can go to Philadelphia this Sunday night and do what no other team’s done in franchise history: Win a seventh game on the road in a season.
When the Eagles brought in Chip Kelly, the belief was he would install the same fast-paced, up-tempo offense his Oregon Ducks ran.
Fitzgerald has at least one TD reception in all seven career games against the Eagles and multiple TD receptions in three of those seven games.
After a 5-0 start to the season, the Falcons are at risk of being the first team in NFL history to finish with a losing record after such a hot start. Despite the results, head coach Dan Quinn isn't changing his approach.
While it seems the rest of the world has "Star Wars" fever, Im dealing with a bad case of post-concusson syndrome- the condition that makes my head hurt from trying to sort out all the half-truths and revisionist medical propoganda coming out of this years feel-bad Hollywood downer- Concussion.
Advanced stats experts aren't very impressed with Blake Bortles, despite the fact that he already broke the Jaguars franchise record with 30 touchdown passes.
The future Hall of Fame receiver opened up about the Patriots, DeflateGate and his various NFL loyalties.
He does remember "The Grapes of Wrath," though. That's a fine book.