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10/1 Arizona Cardinals news: Ugly girl at the dance, 4-0, and other notes

A collection of news from around the Web about our Cardinals and the NFL in general.

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Arizona Cardinals News:

Arizona Cardinals at 4-0 after Kevin Kolb's heroics -
Here's the thing about this year's Arizona Cardinals. Give them enough time, and they'll find a way. That's what the Miami Dolphins discovered Sunday in their 24-21 overtime loss.

Cards Revert To Overtime Thrills
Ken Whisenhunt swears his heart rate isn’t slowed any more in tight games, even though his team has been through countless ones over the past season-plus.

Feely Calmly Beats Former Team
It wasn’t just his ninth game-winning kick, it was a game-winning kick against the only team to cut him. Feely was released by the Dolphins after the 2007 season after he set the franchise record for field-goal percentage.

Cards Take A Pass At Dolphins
After the Miami Dolphins’ fourth-ranked run defense stifled the Cardinals to just 20 yards on the ground in the first half, it was time to regroup. Miami knew it could stop the Cardinals on the ground and it dared the home team to win Sunday’s game through the air.

NFL News:

New York Giants' various mistakes prove costly in loss -
The New York Giants looked poised to make another signature comeback. But key errors by wide receiver Ramses Barden and other Giants sealed the win for the opposing Philadelphia Eagles.

Michael Vick meets Philadelphia Eagles' expectations -
The Philadelphia Eagles have won this season despite Michael Vick's inconsistent play. In Sunday night's win over the New York Giants, Vick delivered his most efficient performance in some time.

Tim Tebow backs Mark Sanchez as Jets' quarterback -
Tim Tebow might have New York Jets fans' support to become the team's new starting quarterback, but for now he's staying true to his role as backup and lending his support to Mark Sanchez.

Chris Johnson shows life in Tennessee Titans' loss -
Chris Johnson had been one of the most criticized players in the NFL through the first three weeks of the season. The Tennessee Titans' running back looked like his old self Sunday, however.