Here's an early look at the Week Five action, the first shortened (and the bye isn't coming at a great time for a few teams) week of the 2011 NFL season.
As long as the Cardinals keep saving their worst for last, a frustrating dry spell figures to continue as far as victories in the desert are concerned.
We discuss Cam Newton's distaste for big numbers in close losses; the controversial finish to Giants-Cardinals; the amazing start by wide receivers; and plenty more.
Eli Manning threw two touchdown passes in a 58-second span late in the game and the Giants rallied to stun the Cardinals 31-27 on Sunday.
Arizona hopes it won't lose OLB Clark Haggans, who reportedly could be suspended for violating the NFL's personal-conduct policy.
Behind QB Tavaris Jackson, the Seahawks picked up their first win by beating the Cardinals 13-10 on Sunday.
Daiiy team observers believe a lack of leadership in the Cardinals' defense has been clearly evident in the season's early stages.
Graham Gano's 34-year dfield goal with 1:45 remaining clincehd a 22-21 Redskins win Sunday over the Cardinals.
We hear the prospect of a long-term future in the desert is looking dim for former first-round OLT Levi Brown, who continues to struggle in pass protection.
Patrick Peterson made amends for a long afternoon at cornerback with an 89-yard punt return for the go-ahead touchdown and the Cardinals escaped with a 28-21 victory over the Panthers.
For better or worse, the Cardinals will be counting on two cornerbacks starting for the first time at the pro level in Patrick Peterson and A.J. Jefferson.
The Cardinals, Chargers and Rams announced on Thursday they have avoided blackouts and that their Week One games will be shown on local TV.
In the inaugural edition of "The First Fifteen," we look at the 15 most compelling story lines as we enter Week One.
The Cardinals desperately hope their expensive gamble on QB Kevin Kolb will make fans forget Kurt Warner and save coach Ken Whisenhunt's job.
The Cardinals were hoping that one of their young players would challenge Joey Porter for the starting ROLB job, but it didn't happen, according to our NFC Whispers.