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  • Missed opportunities costly again for Cardinals

    Another week, another close loss for the Arizona Cardinals. In a game many thought would right the ship, the Cardinals came up short for the second week in a row losing to the Seattle Seahawks 13-10. The most disappointing part of the second consecutive loss for the Cardinals wasn’t due to lack of preparation or […]
  • Is Beanie Wells a dependable player?

    Beanie Wells surprised football fans when it was announced early Sunday that he would not play against the Seahawks due to a nagging hamstring injury. The move that put Wells on the bench was probably more precautionary than anything else. The running back was a topic of conversation on Monday’s Doug and Wolf show on […]
  • Brock Osweiler: Starring on Saturdays, will play on Sundays?

    Since taking over as the team’s starting quarterback, ASU junior Brock Osweiler has done nothing but impress. The unquestioned starter for the first time this season, Osweiler has thrown eight touchdowns and just three interceptions, guiding the Sun Devils to a 3-1 record and a spot in the AP Top 25. He’s still focused on […]
  • Whisenhunt pleased with Smith, hopes to have Wells, Hyphen back

    The Cardinals were thin at running back Sunday against the Seahawks. LaRod Stephens-Howling was out for a second straight week because of a hand injury, while the Cardinals were also without the services of starter Beanie Wells, who was pulled before the game thanks to hamstring tightness. This obviously hurt the Cardinals since the two […]
  • ASU corner Omar Bolden could return in late October

    Arizona State has lost seven starters — most due to injury — since the end of last season. Cornerback Omar Bolden was among the first hurt. He may be the first to come back. “He’s got a chance to return,” said Dennis Erickson during this weekly Monday press conference. Bolden, an all-conference player a year […]
  • Ken Whisenhunt still confident in Jay Feely

    In his first season with the Cardinals, Jay Feely missed three field goals. In 16 games. The kicker has already equaled that number in just three games this season, and his pair of misses Sunday in Seattle proved to be rather costly, especially the 49-yard attempt he left short with the Cardinals down three and […]
  • Heap laments Cardinals struggles on offense

    The Arizona Cardinals found themselves in a familiar position Sunday. They had the ball late in the 4th quarter with a chance to take the lead, and again the team turned it over. This time it was a Kevin Kolb interception rather than a Chansi Stuckey fumble that ended any chance of winning the game. […]
  • Finally, Arizona believes in the Diamondbacks

    Since the night of August 11th, when the Diamondbacks took control of the NL West lead for the final time, there was one question that was left to be answered. When would Arizonans start to believe in the D-backs? Through the month of August and into September, more and more fans were showing up at […]
  • Diamondbacks Magic Number Countdown

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have won the NL West and will play in the postseason for the first time since 2007. Having put the San Francisco Giants in the rear-view mirror, the Diamondbacks are now focused on the Milwaukee Brewers and the NL’s second seed. Pass the Brew-Crew and Arizona will have homefield advantage in the […]
  • Four Down Territory: Cardinals at Seahawks

    Offense: Here’s what the Cardinals offense looked like after their 2nd quarter TD: Punt, interception, punt, punt, punt, punt, missed field goal, interception, end of game. The Cardinals converted three third-downs the entire game. If the offensive output was somewhere just slightly north of awful the Cards win this game. Kevin Kolb: In the first […]
  • Snapshot: Late turnover sinks Cardinals again

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  • Inside the Box: Upton beaned as D-backs sweep Giants

    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 25, 2011: Diamondbacks 5, Giants 2 The Good: The Diamondbacks got out the brooms and completed a three game sweep of the San Francisco Giants. Josh Collmenter out-dueled Tim […]
  • Snapshot: No. 10 Ducks are too much for Wildcats

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  • Snapshot: ASU beats USC for the first time since 1999

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  • Inside the Box: Kennedy goes lights out for win 21

    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 24, 2011: Diamondbacks 15, Giants 2 The Good: The Arizona Diamondbacks didn’t take their foot off the gas after clinching the NL West Friday night. The D-backs pounded the […]