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Arizona Cardinals still believe in playoff chances, selfishness setting in, OL the same and more

A look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals.

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Good Tuesday morning and enjoy a look around the web at some of the stories coming out of Sunday's loss for the Arizona Cardinals.

No Victory Monday, But Arians Seeks Victory Sunday
Notes: No structural damage for Peterson, Arians will stick with new offensive line.

Birds Of A Feather Chat - Redskins Week

Bruce Arians says 2 drops changed the game for Cardinals | Cards Wire
A dropped interception and a dropped pass on fourth down changed the momentum of the game.

The good, bad and ugly in Cardinals blowout loss | Cards Wire
A reflective look back at the loss.

Cardinals to use same offensive line against Redskins | Cards Wire
D.J. Humphries, John Wetzel and Ulrick John will play where they played in Atlanta.

Cardinals struggle to stop other Falcons receivers | Cards Wire
Sanu, Gabriel and Hardy combine for 15 receptions for 187 yards and two scores.

Bruce Arians calls out Arizona Cardinals after another loss - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Another loss, which put the once-promising Cardinals at 4-6-1, had coach Bruce Arians venting and calling out his team for its persistent issues.

Arizona Cardinals still ‘optimistic’ they can make playoffs - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
The Cardinals are the 11th seed in the NFC and could need to win out to have a chance at making the playoffs.

Patrick Peterson: Officials too strict with me covering Julio Jones - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
After being called for two pass-interference penalties trying to check Atlanta's Julio Jones, Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson pleaded for more leeway.

Arizona Cardinals' frustration mounts with season getting out of hand - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
A trendy Super Bowl pick entering the season, the Cardinals are struggling to get to .500 as the disappointment begins to set in.

Cardinals' offensive line struggles persist in loss to Falcons
The Arizona Cardinals fell to 4-6-1 in the 38-19 loss against the Atlanta Falcons (7-4) on Sunday.

Arians: Some players concerned with getting on stat sheet instead of doing their job
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians believes part of the team's problems on defense stem from players caring more about their stats than doing their jobs.

Cardinals release Christian Bryant with Tyvon Branch eligible to return
The Cardinals released safety Christian Bryant on Monday, opening a roster spot presumably for the return of safety Tyvon Branch.

Bruce Arians: Arizona Cardinals' selfishness has crept in
Bruce Arians said selfishness has crept into the Arizona Cardinals after their loss to the Atlanta Falcons and discussed the lingering issues.