The Arizona Cardinals played the Oakland Raiders on Sunday night for their third preseason game. They got the win, defeating the Raiders 30-23 after having been down 15-3. Here are some of the recaps and articles about the game, along with a few other NFL links.
Cardinals Blogs | Raiders aftermath
Thoughts and observations after the game.
Starters struggle but backups rally in a 30-23 win in Oakland
Notes: Okafor ups his run defense; Chris Johnson has to sit again
Hear from Bruce Arians and the Cardinals after the win in Oakland
Relive some of the top moments from the 30-23 win over the Oakland Raiders
Carson Palmer throws two interceptions and is sacked three times as the Cardinals top the Raiders 30-23.
The Cardinals' offensive line struggled mightily against the Raiders Sunday, leading to three Carson Palmer sacks.
Derek Carr had his moments Sunday night against the Cardinals, but his last throw of the game will stick with him for a while.
The first-team offense for the Arizona Cardinals didn’t show anything at all against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday night, so it was up to the first-team defense and everyone else to pickup the slack and carry the team to victory.
If the goal of the Cardinals’ starting offense Sunday was to manage expectations, then mission accomplished. But that was its only successful endeavor of the evening.
A second half comeback from the Arizona Cardinals backups, highlighted by a game-winning drive, lifted the team to a 30-23 win over the Oakland Raiders.
In games like Sunday’s when the Arizona Cardinals offensive line has its struggles, the defense proved that it was up to the task of keeping the team in the game.
The Raiders led, 15-3, at halftime before the Cardinals' backups scored three late touchdowns.
Julio Jones is one of the highest paid receivers in the NFL now and it's hard to argue that he's not completely worth it.
Enough with the small talk. Isabella wants to talk about 3-4 defenses!