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A look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals.

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It is Thursday, we had some good banter on this site yesterday about the offensive line and the investment that is needed or has been made.

Let's keep it rolling today.

Protecting Carson Palmer Pays Off
The numbers underscore the need to make sure quarterback stays upright.

Cards Underground - Big Red and the NFC
Paul Calvisi, Darren Urban and Kyle Odegard examine the Cardinals and the NFC.

Bruce Arians: Cardinals RB David Johnson can be even better in 2017 - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
For all the big numbers David Johnson just put up -- 2,118 total yards, 20 TDs, 15 games of 100 yards from scrimmage -- his coach can count higher.

Seattle Seahawks' Pete Carroll named NFC West coach of the year - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Pete Carroll produced the only winning record in the NFC West -- a division that saw two coaches get fired -- making him a no-brainer for the honor.

Cardinals K Chandler Catanzaro keeps notebook of Carson Palmer’s advice | Cards Wire
When he gets down on himself, he goes back and reads what his quarterback teammate has told him.

7 offseason questions for Cardinals | Cards Wire
The status of Larry Fitzgerald and eight starters hitting free agency are among those things needing answers.

Notes from the NFC West:

LA Rams Film Room: What To Expect From New HC Sean McVay On Offense - Turf Show Times
The Washington Footballers have overachieved on offense over the past few years, considering their quarterback situation. Can new head coach Sean McVay replicate that success with the Rams?

Exit the Seahawks: Exploring the yields of a lost season - Field Gulls
Flashes of hopes from young players and reason to expect recoveries from productive veterans lead Seattle into a transitional period

Kyle Shanahan, the media, and fan reaction - Niners Nation
We take a look at how Shanahan interacts with the media, articulates his views and how Falcons fans view him.