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J.J. Nelson emerging, Arizona Cardinals are underdogs and more news and notes

A look around the web to get you ready for the Arizona Cardinals game today.

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Let's go!!!

The Arizona Cardinals need to win today, so let's get ready and enjoy the games.

"Underdog" Cardinals Ready For Run
Open second half of season against 49ers in a quest for postseason spot.

Will Colin Kaepernick’s scrambling hurt the Cardinals? | Cards Wire
Arizona has had some issues with quarterbacks and their legs.

Cardinals offense shouldn’t struggle vs. historically bad 49ers defense | Cards Wire
A look at how bad the 49ers have been on defense this season.

Playing the role of underdog, Cardinals set for season's second half
Prior to this season, the last time the Arizona Cardinals had a below .500 record was Week 8 of the 2013 season, at which point they were 3-4.

J.J. Nelson establishing himself as Arizona Cardinals' No. 2 receiver - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
With Michael Floyd and John Brown scuffling, J.J. Nelson has made the most of his opportunities and cemented himself as the Cardinals No. 2 wideout.

Time away helped Arizona Cardinals kicker Chandler Catanzaro - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Chandler Catanzaro had to work through missing a game-winning kick against New England, as well as a missed game winner in overtime against Seattle.

Notes from the Enemy:

Carlos Hyde on playing Sunday: “There’s a good chance I’ll be out there.” - Niners Nation
The 49ers running back seems to be on the side of positive on if he’ll be suiting up against the Arizona Cardinals.

49ers-Cardinals referees: Brad Allen is the lead official in Week 10 - Niners Nation
The 49ers-Cardinals Week 10 matchup will be officiated by Brad Allen’s crew. We break them down, and the assignments for each member.