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  • Changes coming to the Cardinals’ O-line?

    Kevin Kolb was sacked six times Sunday in Baltimore, a ridiculously high number that should give any coach pause before sending the same group out the next week. At his weekly press conference Monday, Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said change might be in order. “I think that when you’re 1-6 you’ve got to look at […]
  • A.J. Jefferson struggles, tweets about it

    To say Cardinals cornerback A.J. Jefferson had a rough day Sunday would be an understatement. The 23-year-old was routinely burned in the second half by Ravens receiver Anquan Boldin, and appeared to be benched late in the game. Afterwards Jefferson, who has taken to Twitter before to vent after games, did so once again. Only […]
  • Kevin Kolb suffered turf toe injury Sunday vs. Ravens

    It was only a matter of time before Kevin Kolb came up hobbling. The quarterback has been sacked 24 times — second most in the NFL — and has been hit on countless other plays. Sunday, in Baltimore, Kolb suffered what head coach Ken Whisenhunt described as a “turf toe” injury in the first quarter, […]
  • Six Points: Cardinals squander 3-td lead in Baltimore

    The Arizona Cardinals dressed up for Halloween as a good NFL team. For 30 minutes, they really looked the part. After 60 minutes, everyone at M&T Bank Stadium and around the league knew that it was just an impressive costume. These are the same Arizona Cardinals. After building an impressive 24-6 halftime lead on the […]
  • Snapshot: Cardinals blow 21-point halftime lead in loss

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  • Cardinals prepare for Baltimore’s passing attack

    Cardinals fans should be familiar with one of the Ravens top two receivers, but one they may not know could pose just as much of a challenge. Anquan Boldin — the receiver fans should know — and Torrey Smith are the Ravens’ top two targets this season. Each play a different style that could potentially […]
  • Cardinals defense not taking Ravens offense lightly

    Don’t worry if you missed Monday night’s matchup featuring the Ravens and Jaguars because, well, you didn’t miss much. Simply put, the game wasn’t exactly a gridiron classic. The contest featured one touchdown, four field goals and a final score of 12-7 in favor of the Jaguars. The Ravens offense looked dismal Monday night, finishing […]
  • Heap thanks fans in Baltimore

    Arizona Cardinals tight end Todd Heap may not play Sunday in Baltimore, a city where he spent the first ten years of his career. But that fact didn’t stop Heap from delivering a heartfelt thank you to the fans that bellowed “Heeeeeeaaappp” every time he caught a ball at M&T Bank Stadium. Heap purchased a […]
  • Young LBs starting to catch on

    The Arizona Cardinals’ defensive depth chart features one of the oldest linebacking units in the league. Starters Joey Porter, Clark Haggans and Paris Lenon are all 34 years of age. Lenon leads the team with 38 total tackles, but Porter and Haggans, who are called upon to provide a pass rush in Ray Horton’s 3-4 […]
  • Peterson is one of a few struggling first round picks

    The Cardinals secondary has been a sore spot so far this season, which was to be expected with the amount of youth being forced to play. However, most probably expected first-round pick Patrick Peterson to be a little better than he has, as the fifth- overall selection has recorded 32 tackles and one interception while […]
  • Jaworski on Cardinals: ‘It’s either poor coaching or dumb players’

    When an NFL team starts a season 1-5, there’s plenty of blame to be spread around. Fans have mostly sprinkled that blame among the quarterback, the offensive line, the coaching, the lack of pass rush and the play of the secondary. ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Ron Jaworski breaks it down in an even more […]
  • Dockett sounds off? Cardinal talks defense

    Darnell Dockett is not having a particularly good season. A Pro Bowl talent, Dockett has recorded just 18 tackles and half a sack this season, failing to really make any kind of impact that would show up on the stat sheet. While some have argued Dockett’s play can be attributed to the contract extension he […]
  • Kolb’s footwork catching up to Cardinals offense

    According to Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb, getting his footwork accustomed to the Cards’ offense has been a very delicate act. “It’s a fine line you’ve gotta walk and I’m trying to walk it as fine as I can,” Kolb said Wednesday. Apparently, Kolb is used to a standard seven-step drop, hitting his back foot […]
  • Kevin Kolb says he can handle criticism

    It’s the constant battle between pro athletes and the media. Do you listen, watch or read the criticism that’s coming your way? Most athletes claim they pay no attention to what we have to say but whether it’s true or not, we may never know. Wednesday it was Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb’s turn to […]
  • NFL writer calls Whisenhunt ‘one of the best’

    It has been a difficult slide for Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt. Since the Super Bowl appearance in 2008 followed by the 10-6 season in 2009, the Cardinals have won just six of 22 games. The joke around the Valley is that Whisenhunt has taken the place of ASU football head coach Dennis Erickson on […]
  • Heap’s return to Charm City in jeopardy

    For Arizona Cardinal fans who tune into Sunday’s road game against the Baltimore Ravens, there may be a little feeling of nostalgia. How can you blame them? It’ll be the first time that Anquan Boldin, who spent his first seven years in the league in Cardinal red, will play against his former team. But on […]
  • Sunday will be just another game for Anquan Boldin

    When the Cardinals play in Baltimore on Sunday the team will see a familiar face on the other sideline. Wideout Anquan Boldin played the first seven seasons of his career with the Cardinals before being traded to the Ravens prior to the 2010 campaign, and while this could be looked at as a big game […]
  • Cardinals to play against former leader Boldin

    The legend of Anquan Boldin began fairly early. A 2nd round pick in the 2003 NFL Draft, “The Quan” was the second receiver taken by the team that April but quickly ascended to folk hero status. That must be what happens when a rookie follows up a good training camp and preseason with a 10-catch, […]
  • Cardinals blitz more than any other team in the NFC West

    Even though the Cardinals haven’t won in five games and the defense hasn’t looked very good in that time, defensive coordinator Ray Horton has come through in one way. Horton promised, when he was hired, that the defense would be more aggressive and the team would blitz on more occasions. According to ESPN’s Mike Sando […]
  • Cardinals O-line did a good job against Pittsburgh

    Much maligned, the Cardinals offensive line has taken quite a bit of criticism this season. Much of it has been deserved, as Kevin Kolb has been sacked 18 times in six games and the running game, while solid, is nothing special. However, as Pro Football Focus points out, the group had a pretty decent game […]

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