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The Arizona Cardinals continue to draw the schedule of a division winner. A showdown with the defending Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints comes in October and the Dallas Cowboys come to University of Phoenix Stadium in the season finale. In between, latch on to Cardinals tickets for key NFC West contests with the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks.
Arizona Cardinals tickets took a turn for the better when Ken Whisenhunt took over. The Cardinals have been regulars in the playoffs, notched a Super Bowl appearance, and have pretty much taken over the NFC West. The 2010 NFL season will provide perhaps the toughest test yet of the Whisenhunt regime. During the offseason Arizona was hit with the retirement of Kurt Warner and Bertram Berry, the long expected trade of Anquan Boldin, and the free agent departures of Antrele Rolle and Karlos Dansby. That’s big hit for any team to take. Whisenhunt and the Cardinals will have to make big adjustments to keep the ball rolling. Things are going to change in University of Phoenix Stadium but the wide open NFC West beckons and Arizona Cardinals tickets are very capable of supplying football fans with another trip to the playoffs.
Matt Leinart has big shoes to fill and a lot to prove. Taking over from Kurt Warner is no small thing. Warner provided pinpoint accuracy and tons of experience at reading defenses. His gutsy play was responsible for the resurrection of the Cardinals offense. Matt Leinart has been given the nod by his head coach but must earn his position in the preseason. His arm strength and size are assets, but since arriving from USC there have been questions about his dedication. Offensive Coordinators Russ Grimm and Mike Miller should be able to take advantage of his mobility, but need to keep things simple until Leinart gets his groove or veteran Derek Anderson gets the nod.
Beanie Wells got off to a rough start in his rookie year but by the time the season was well underway he had played his way into a major role. Wells can run tough between the tackles and catch the ball in traffic. The Cardinals will depend on him in key situations. Backup Tim Hightower has been slower developing but has very good potential.
What can you say about Larry Fitzgerald? That he’s the NFL’s best wide receiver? It’s hard to argue with that statement. Fitzgerald can catch the ball anywhere on the field and make things happen after the catch. Opposing teams know this and adjust accordingly. To get Fitzgerald open the Cardinals will depend on the deep speed of Steve Breaston to take some pressure off, along with the emerging talent of Early Doucet, a second year man who displayed a growing knack for making things happen in his first season. If Leinart plays well, Arizona Cardinals tickets will once again be a ticket to an impressive offensive show in 2010.
Losses on this side of the ball are significant but can be dealt with. The Cardinals begin with Darnell Dockett from the defensive end position where he’s made himself a name in the last two seasons. Calais Campbell on the other side is a rising star with very good potential. Plugging the middle will probably fall to 1st Round Draft choice Dan Williams, nose tackle from Tennessee. After losing Karlos Dansby Arizona will look to newcomer Joey Porter and veteran Clark Haggans in the outside spots. Dansby’s place will probably fall to Daryl Washington or Paris Lennon. In the secondary Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie has been performing at a Pro Bowl level, while the opposite side should fall to Greg Toler in his second season.
Bond lowered for Cardinals' Dwyer
PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix court has lowered the bond used to release Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer from jail after he was arrested on charges that he assaulted his wife during arguments at their apartment. Maricopa County Superior ...
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Schedule gets tougher for 5-1 Arizona Cardinals
The Seattle Times
The Arizona Cardinals are 5-1 for the first time in 38 years. After a victory at winless Oakland, the team sits alone atop the NFC West, with a two-game cushion in the loss column over San Francisco and the Seahawks.But the road is about to get a lot tougher ...
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5-1 Arizona Cardinals know there's more work left to be done
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd (15) scores on a 33-yard touchdown reception past Oakland Raiders free safety Usama Young (26) during the second quarter of an NFL football game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014. (AP Photo/Marcio ...
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Arizona Cardinals' Andre Ellington historically productive
Andre Ellington #38 of the Arizona Cardinals runs with the ball against the Oakland Raiders in the second half at O.co Coliseum on October 19, 2014 in Oakland, California. (Photo: Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images).
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Upheaval makes NFC West most interesting division
Bruce Arians was preparing his team for kickoff of Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders, so he wasn't watching his division's most interesting game unfold in St. Louis. But when the Arizona Cardinals coach learned how the St. Louis Rams upset the ...
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