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  • Paulie’s Blog: A look and listen at Arizona Cardinals win

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  • Arizona Cardinals’ DC Horton on successful Patriots game plan

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  • Kevin Kolb’s performance didn’t impress everyone

    Having a major role in back-to-back season opening wins over a division foe and the defending AFC champions will quiet a lot of Kevin Kolb detractors — but not all of them. is a website that meticulously grades players on a weekly basis, and let’s just suffice it to say that they weren’t all […]
  • Kevin Kolb may finally get to face Eagles for first time

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  • Arizona Cardinals Patrick Peterson coming into his own at cornerback

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  • Kolb: Season is a marathon, not a sprint

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  • Todd Heap says knee is sprained

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  • Whisenhunt says Kolb did what team expected him to do

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  • Replay: MMQB Cardinals Spreecast

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