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Powers Outage? - Dave Mangels, SouthernPhilly
The Arizona Cardinals come to town "red hot" having won four in a row against the awful Atlanta Falcons, the awful Houston Texans, the awful Jacksonville Jaguars and the Indianapolis Colts, who have been awful in the first half of their last four games. So kudos to the Cardinals I guess. They are led by 2012 Sports Writers Narrative Award winner Bruce Arians, who has broken his promise of the Cardinals going undefeated at home; quarterback Carson Palmer, leader of a quarterback room "as strong as strong as anybody’s in the National Football League" who’s 2 touchdown and 0 interception game on Sunday finally gave him a positive TD-INT ratio of 16-15; and defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, who you should remember from last year as the guy who took over for the incompetent Juan Castillo and did even worse.
The Hurry Up: Eagles-Cardinals preview - JimmyK, Philly.com
On this week's episode of The Hurry Up, Jimmy Kempski and azcentral sports' Kent Somers join CineSport's Noah Coslov to preview Sunday's Cardinals-Eagles game.
Let the Testing Begin - Tommy Lawlor, Iggles Blitz
The Cardinals come to town on Sunday. The 7-4 Cardinals, that is. I’m shocked at the season they have had. I just didn’t see that team coming together and playing well. Bruce Arians and Carson Palmer have resurrected the offense. The defense has taken another step forward from last year and is one of the best units in the league. This isn’t a crappy Cardinals team that the Eagles should roll with ease. This game will be a test.
Arians says Kelly's attack is 'a great college offense' - Mike Sielski, Inquirer
"I still think it's a great offense. It's a great college offense when you put a great athlete back there," Arians said. "But when you're facing great athletes, with the speed that's in the NFL who are chasing these guys, unless you're superhuman, you're going to get hurt sooner or later - not hurt, but beat up and bruised up, and you don't want your quarterback feeling bruised up when he's trying to throw and be accurate."
Could Vick Be Featured In Sub-Packages? - Tim McManus, Birds 24/7
Michael Vick believes he is 100 percent healthy now and is expected to be active against the Cardinals this Sunday. Nick Foles is the starter, but could there still be a role for Vick?
Long live the read option: The most talked about offensive scheme of 2012 is still thriving this season thanks to its ongoing evolution - SBNation.com
The most talked about offensive scheme of 2012 is still thriving this season thanks to its ongoing evolution.
Robert Griffin III: Why Aren’t His Linemen Helping Him Up This Year? | The Big Lead
Griffin has been hitting the ground a lot. He has not been getting helped up.