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A vote for Kevin Kolb after Cards' 4-0 start

A vote for Kevin Kolb after Cards' 4-0 start

ESPN.com Updated Oct 3, 2012
  The NFC West has produced four recent NFC players of the week, a 9-3 record outside the division, an 8-0 home record, an NFL-high 11 victories and one of three teams with a 4-0 record. Surely someone from the division, and specifically from the unbeat…
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  • NFC West: Injury situations that matter

    NFC West: Injury situations that matter

    ESPN.com Oct 3, 2012
    Arizona: The Cardinals listed 16 players on their injury report for the team's Thursday night game in St. Louis. Cornerback Michael Adams (hamstring), tight end Jim Dray (knee), outside linebacker Quentin Groves (hamstring), tight end Todd Heap (knee), …
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  • Thursday Matchup: Cardinals vs. Rams

    Thursday Matchup: Cardinals vs. Rams

    nytimes.com Oct 3, 2012
    A choice between a team with a suffocating defense and one with a reliable placekicker.
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  • Skelton fully participates in practice on Tuesday

    Skelton fully participates in practice on Tuesday

    profootballtalk.com Oct 3, 2012
    Cardinals quarterback John Skelton may not be back to 100 percent after suffering a Week One ankle injury, but he’s getting closer. Skelton fully participated in practice on Tuesday, two days before the team’s Week Five game against the Rams. Also ful
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  • Steven Jackson practiced for Rams on Tuesday

    Steven Jackson practiced for Rams on Tuesday

    profootballtalk.com Oct 3, 2012
    With a short week before the Thursday night game against the Cardinals, there probably wasn’t too much hope that the Rams would have running back Steven Jackson doing much at practice this week. Even though he has been able to play in each of the team”
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  • Mike Pouncey apologizes to Dolphins fans

    Mike Pouncey apologizes to Dolphins fans

    profootballtalk.com Oct 3, 2012
    Two straight overtime losses aren’t a particularly good way of generating goodwill with your fan base, something Dolphins center Mike Pouncey seems to realize. Pouncey took the unusual step of issuing a public apology to Dolphins fans this week after lo
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  • 2012 NFL Week Five Preivew — Arizona vs St.Louis

    2012 NFL Week Five Preivew — Arizona vs St.Louis

    cardinalsgab.com Oct 3, 2012
    Week five of the 2012 season kicks off with a NFC West battle, as the undefeated Arizona Cardinals head to St.Louis to take on the .500 Rams in what could be a very entertaining game. Not many people are talking about the Cards despite being one of thre…
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  • Outside the huddle: Arizona Cardinals DT Nick Eason talks motiv…

    Outside the huddle: Arizona Cardinals DT Nick Eason talks motivation, recounts his mother's strength

    azcentral.com Oct 3, 2012
    Outside the huddle: Arizona Cardinals DT Nick Eason talks motivation, recounts his mother's strength
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  • Video - Kolb 1-on-1 with Warner preview 00:33

    Kolb 1-on-1 with Warner preview

    Oct 3
    Arizona QB Kevin Kolb sits down with former Cardinals QB Kurt Warner to discuss his role in the offense and his future as the starter. The full interview will air on Thursday during "Thursday Night Kickoff."
  • Video - QBs on the hot seat 01:45

    QBs on the hot seat

    Oct 3
    Is Michael Lombardi sold on Kevin Kolb? He discusses the possibility that Kolb holds on to the job and also explains why Russell Wilson might not be the starter in Seattle for much longer.
  • Video - Blogger Blitz: Kolb MVP Watch 02:01

    Blogger Blitz: Kolb MVP Watch

    Oct 3
    NFC West blogger Mike Sando defends his decision not to put Kevin Kolb on his MVP watch list
  • Video - Countdown Daily AccuScore: ARI-STL 00:57

    Countdown Daily AccuScore: ARI-STL

    Oct 3
    Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Cardinals-Rams

Sports Columnists

  • Young defensive backs have made their marks

    Oct 3
    At the 2012 draft, wide receivers were the rage, but it's been the rookie DBs who have made a difference, writes John Clayton