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  • Cardinals tickets among cheapest in NFL

    The Cardinals are cheap, but in a good way. It doesn’t cost much to see a Cardinals game live, at least, not when compared to some other NFL teams. According to the Phoenix Business Journal, Team Marketing Report’s annual rankings have the Cardinals at 26th out of 32 teams when it comes to average cost […]
  • Inside the Box: Parra leads D-backs to win

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for September 12, 2011: Diamondbacks 7, Dodgers 2 The Good: Gerardo Parra led the Arizona offense with two hits that led to four RBI’s for the D-backs. Ryan Roberts and Paul […]
  • Overall Cardinals pleased with game one

    PHOENIX – Sunday after the Cardinals beat the Carolina Panthers, they were a bit hesitant to give themselves a thumbs up or thumbs down on their performance because it’s tough to do when everything just went by in a blur. Today the coaches and players were back at the facility in Tempe and having watched […]
  • Defensive backs give Cardinals reason for concern

    Unfortunately for the Cardinals, their defense was as bad as their offense was good in Sunday’s 28-21 win over the Carolina Panthers. Sure, the team won, but yielding 477 total yards is reason for pause, if not a little concern. “There’s no doubt about it,” Arizona Sports 620’s Ron Wolfley said of there being something […]
  • Cardinals notes: A happy team

    Cardinals returned to the facility in Tempe today in pretty good spirits after a 1-0 start to the season. The win Sunday improved the Cards record to 24-12 at University of Phoenix Stadium under Coach Whisenhunt. The win also snapped Arizona’s 7 game regular season losing streak to Carolina. It was the first regular season […]
  • Confidence doesn’t waver 2011 Cardinals

    What a difference an offseason can make. Coming off a 5-11 season many Cardinals fans thought this team was picking up where it left off in the season opener against the Carolina Panthers. But instead of throwing in the towel early and losing another game they expected to win, the Cardinals kept fighting and kept […]
  • Kolb still expecting improvements

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals are riding high especially considering how miserable last season was, after their 28-21 opening week win over the Carolina Panthers. However, defeating a team like Carlina, the worst in the league last season, at home against a rookie quarterback is nothing to get too excited about. Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb […]
  • Daryl Washington steps up in season opener

    With all of the questions about the Cardinals’ defense heading into Sunday’s match up against the Carolina Panthers, the end result showed some defensive strengths that may have been overlooked. 2010 second-round pick Daryl Washington recorded seven total tackles, led the team with six solo tackles, one interception and had another one called back due […]
  • Hightower predicts Redskins victory over Cardinals

    “I want to win this game and we’re going to win this game.” Those are the words of former Cardinal Tim Hightower, who is excited to face his old team in Week 2. The running back, who tallied 72 yards and one touchdown rushing along with 25 yards receiving in an opening week win over […]
  • Erickson knows Sun Devils must improve

    The record may be perfect, but Arizona State is far from a perfect football team. Dennis Erickson, during his weekly Monday press conference, said they were “fortunate” to beat Missouri last Friday night. Sure there were points left out on the field: from the missed field goal to the blocked extra point that Erickson said […]
  • Heap says Cardinals want to be recognized as a team

    The Arizona Cardinals are 1-0, but are still not looked at as a team to be reckoned with. Needing late-game heroics to beat the Carolina Panthers at home will damage a reputation. “It’s a good sign when you win those types of games that are ugly,” tight end Todd Heap told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns […]
  • Oklahoma and Oklahoma St. seem ready for the Pac

    Larry Scott may have said he is not interested in seeing the Pac-12 expand again, but that doesn’t mean schools aren’t lining up to join the conference. According to Orange Bloods, Oklahoma will apply for membership in the Pac-12 by the end of September, and Oklahoma State is expected to follow suit. Would the Big […]
  • Towers for GM of the Year, is there any doubt?

    Kevin Towers will probably win the GM of the Year award this season. Such is the result of a team losing 97 games one year and likely winning a division title the next, especially with many new faces coming up big during the season. In fact, Sports Illustrate’s Jon Heyman says it is not even […]
  • Diamondbacks to give Bauer, Parker a taste of the Majors?

    It looks like we may get a look at top D-backs prospects Jarrod Parker and Trevor Bauer sooner than expected. Though neither would be eligible for the postseason roster, it appears the club could give each a taste of a Major League pennant race. As the D’Backs continue as 2011’s best story, they may bring […]
  • Four Down Territory: Cardinals vs. Panthers

    The anticipation on Sunday was like Christmas morning. What was waiting under the Cardinals tree, the football equivalent of the Red Ryder BB Gun or the bunny pajamas from Aunt Clara? Of course, it was a little bit of both in the Cardinals 28-21 win over the Panthers. It sure beat last year’s opener against […]
  • Things are looking up for the Arizona Cardinals after win

    Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb said he woke up at 6 a.m. Sunday morning, staring up at the ceiling going over plays. While not everything in Sunday’s game with Carolina happened the way it was drawn up — on his ceiling or anywhere else — as far as debuts go, this one would have to be […]
  • Cardinals’ Peterson gets many ‘Welcome to the NFL’ moments in Week 1

    GLENDALE, Ariz. — For Patrick Peterson Week 1 had many ‘Welcome to the NFL’ moments. The Arizona Cardinals first round pick, No. 5 overall, had to chase Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith around for much of the day and scored himself a touchdown on a punt return. The former, not so successful, the latter […]
  • Newton has record breaking day in Week 1 loss to Cardinals

    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Cam Newton’s NFL career started exactly where his college career ended. The stadium was full of Cardinals red rather than college orange and yellow but Cam Newton was still Cam Newton. The result? Not exactly the same as the Carolina Panthers lost to the Arizona Cardinals 28-21. Newton’s play? More impressive. Yes, […]
  • Snapshot: Cardinals win it in fourth quarter

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  • Notes from the Nest: Cardinals vs. Panthers

    End of game Cardinals hung on. Barely. Escape Week 1 with a 28-21 victory that seems strangely fulfilling. 2:20 left in fourth quarter Long pass to Fitz puts the Cards near midfield where the drive stalls. Punt puts the ball at Carolina 17, with the home team up 7. Does the D have one more […]