Arizona Cardinals 2012 schedule released
The 2012 NFL schedule has been released, and that means we know exactly what the Arizona Cardinals docket of games looks like.
The Cardinals will open their campaign Sunday, September 9 against the Seattle Seahawks. This game marks only the fifth time since the team relocated to the Valley in 1988 that they've opened their schedule at home.
"I'm excited that we've got a Monday Night game," head coach Ken Whisenhunt said Tuesday. "It's always a little bit difficult as far as the short week afterwards and preparing for it, but you like to play on the national stage like that."
Three of the first four games are at home, and the Cardinals don't play more than two games in a row on the road.
Arizona Cardinals 2012 Regular Season Schedule
Week 1 - 9/9 vs. Seattle
Week 2 - 9/16 at New England
Week 3 - 9/23 vs. Philadelphia
Week 4 - 9/30 vs. Miami
Week 5 - 10/4 at St. Louis (Thursday night)
Week 6 - 10/14 vs. Buffalo
Week 7 - 10/21 at Minnesota
Week 8 - 10/29 vs. San Francisco (Monday night)
Week 9 - 11/4 at Green Bay
Week 10 - BYE WEEK
Week 11 - 11/18 at Atlanta
Week 12 - 11/25 vs. St. Louis
Week 13 - 12/2 at NY Jets
Week 14 - 12/9 at Seattle
Week 15 - 12/16 vs. Detroit
Week 16 - 12/23 vs. Chicago
Week 17 - 12/30 at San Francisco
For the full 2012 NFL Schedule, click here.
- Karlos Dansby, Cardinals linebacker - Friday May 10Dansby tells Doug & Wolf how excited he is to be back and how he plans to contribute
- Calais Campbell, AZ Cardinals defensive end - Monday May 6Big #93 talks to the guys about the new coaching staff and becoming more of a leader
- Calais Campbell, Cardinals DE - Friday May 3Campbell talks about his inaugural charity golf tournament debuting this weekend. Also, he gives his
- Andre Ellington, Cardinals RB - Thursday May 2Arizona's 6th round pick joins the show to reminisce on his college career and talk about what he br
- Earl Watford, Cardinals 4th Round Selection - Wednesday May 1Earl Watford talked to Doug & Wolf about his strengths and being drafted out of a small school.