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Notes following Cardinals 34-20 win over Browns

BY: ED COLE TEMPE, Ariz. – Here’s some notes following the Cardinals 34-20 win over the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday, courtesy of the Cardinals Media Relations Department. With the win, Arizona moved to 6-2 on the season, and maintained its one-and-a-half game lead over the St. Louis Rams in the NFC West. This season marks the 12th time ... Read More »

Cardinals hold off pesky Ravens 26-18 on Monday Night Football

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – If you’re playing the Baltimore Ravens, you know you’re going to be in a dogfight for 60 whole minutes, and that’s where the Arizona Cardinals found themselves on Monday night at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Ravens made a game of it in the first half, only being down 14-10 at halftime. They actually ... Read More »

Notes following Cardinals 42-17 win over Lions

BY: ED COLE TEMPE, Ariz. – The Arizona Cardinals started off their two-game East Coast swing in fine fashion on Sunday by pummeling the Detroit Lions 42-17, moving themselves to 4-1 on the season. Here’s some notes following the win, courtesy of the Cardinals Media Relations Department: Arizona was the only team in the NFC West to win on Sunday. ... Read More »

Darren Fells working hard to make a name for himself

BY: ED COLE TEMPE, Ariz. — There may be some people out there who don’t know who Darren Fells is, but after Sunday’s performance against the New Orleans Saints, he’s starting to become more well known. “I’m always going out there trying to put my name on the map like that,” Fells said. “(The) biggest thing (is that) I’m trying ... Read More »

Notes following Cardinals’ 31-19 win over Saints

BY: ED COLE TEMPE, Ariz. – Here’s some notes following the Arizona Cardinals 31-19 win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday: New Orleans and Arizona played in front of the 96th straight sellout at University of Phoenix Stadium. With the win, the Cardinals improved to 9-1 in home openers, including six straight wins dating back to 2010. Arizona’s six ... Read More »