clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Arizona Cardinals 2016 Do-Overs, Rookie of the Year and more

A look around the web on the Arizona Cardinals and the teams coming off a bye week in the NFL Playoffs.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

It was just last year the Arizona Cardinals enjoyed a bye week in the first round of the NFL playoffs, now they are thinking about what went wrong and how to fix it heading into 2017.

Meanwhile, the four teams coming off the bye week have some interesting storylines to follow.

Happy Tuesday all.

The Case For A Cardinals Rebound In 2017
Metrics show this season may have been more anomaly than downward trend.

Cardinals Blogs | Resetting the Daryl Washington info analyst: Cardinals team fifth-most set for offseason rebuild’s Mike Sando ranked the Cardinals No. 5 in terms of teams who are most in need of an offseason overhaul in the coming months.

POLL: Who was the 2016 Arizona Cardinals Rookie of the Year? | Cards Wire
The Cardinals didn't get much from their rookie class most of the season, but give your vote as to who gets top honors in their rookie class

Time for Arizona Cardinals to 'coulda, woulda, shoulda’ is here - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
One season after making the NFC Championship Game, the Cardinals finished 8-8. The problems came early in the season and late in games.

Notes from the NFL Bye Week:

Catching up with the Atlanta Falcons scouting department - The Falcoholic
Arthur Blank promised changes, and we sure got ‘em.

The Cowboys Biggest Weaknesses, And How They Can Combat Them In The Playoffs - Blogging The Boys
A look at what factors could derail a potential championship run, and how to combat them.

Andy Reid says Justin Houston will be good for Steelers game, let’s hope he’s right - Arrowhead Pride
The weirdness with Justin Houston’s knee injury last year and the ensuring ACL surgery that knocked out half of his 2016 season has led some of his to be a little skittish when it comes to updates...

2017 NFL Playoffs: Patriots vs. Texans will be the battle of the "number one defenses" - Pats Pulpit
For the first time since 2000, the top defenses in points and yards allowed will play each other in the postseason.