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When the Arizona Cardinals' 58-0 defeat to Seattle ended Sunday, receiver Larry Fitzgerald and his teammates took responsibility for what had happened. They handled a difficult situation professionally. "There is a lot to be salvaged," Fitzger…Upvote Share Tweet
Vasquez, Hornets tip Rockets to win third straightCNNSI.com Updated Dec 10, 2012Vasquez, Hornets tip Rockets to win third straightUpvote Share Tweet
Marcin Gortat gives another troubling interviewvalleyofthesun.com Updated Dec 10, 2012Following the Phoenix Suns’ loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday, Marcin Harasimowicz of Przeglad Sportowy caught up with Marcin Gortat for a second round of pointed tidbits following...Upvote Share Tweet
Cards claim Brian Hoyer off waiversOn the same day Cardinals ownership backed coach Ken Whisenhunt (for the rest of the season, anyway), the Cardinals went to the waiver wire for an option. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cards claimed Brian Hoyer off waivers from the Steelers. HoUpvote Share TweetCardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt’s job is safe. For three more weeks. According to team president Michael Bidwill, the son of owner Bill Bidwill, Whisenhunt will coach the Cardinals’ final three games of 2012, and a decision about his future will be madUpvote Share Tweet
Suns owner gives Gentry vote of confidenceA day after the Suns lost their seventh straight game to fall to 7-15, team owner Robert Sarver told ESPN.com that head coach Alvin Gentry's job is safe.Upvote Share Tweet
7-9 reasons these Seahawks are betterThe Seattle Seahawks' 58-0 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday was big around here. Not just for the historic margin, either. It was big because it killed a running joke on the NFC West blog, one Seahawks fans couldn't escape since the 2011 sea…Upvote Share TweetThe facts: The Arizona Cardinals fell to 4-9 with a 58-0 road defeat to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 14. The upside: Even the worst defeats tend to feature a bright spot or two. The Cardinals took three or fewer sacks for the fifth week in a row, anothe…Upvote Share Tweet
Week 14 LVPs: The Cardinals keep discovering new lowsyahoo.com Updated Dec 10, 2012The Arizona Cardinals: For a team to lose 58-0, they need "contributions" from nearly every player, coach and front office executive. The Cardinals got that sort of effort on Sunday. With Kevin Kolb still out with a rib injury, and Kurt Warner…Upvote Share Tweet
Around the NFC West: Running up score?The Seattle Seahawks attempted a pass on fourth-and-23 while holding a 51-0 lead over the Arizona Cardinals with 7:21 remaining in the fourth quarter Sunday. They attempted another pass on third-and-6 while leading by the same score with 2:46 to play. A…Upvote Share TweetWatching the Cardinals’ 58-0 loss to the Seahawks on Sunday led Larry Fitzgerald’s father to take to Twitter to say that the team’s performance was “pathetic” and that they quit on the game. The elder Fitzgerald wasn’t the only person lookingUpvote Share TweetThe Arizona Cardinals should have expected some dropoff at quarterback following Kurt Warner's retirement. Total bankruptcy at the position wasn't a reasonable expectation. Around the NFC West: Dec. 10, 2012 Coach Ken Whisenhunt naturally wasn't filled …Upvote Share Tweetvalleyofthesun.com Updated Dec 10, 2012PHOENIX - Well, at least they aren’t the Cardinals. On a day the Valley’s football team suffered its worst defeat in franchise history (and that’s quite an ignominious history), the Suns...Upvote Share Tweet
'The Coaches Show': Arizona Cardinals falling apartDec 10Why is Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt frustrated with his team? Our coaches discuss the demise of the Cardinals.
Did Seahawks Run Up The Score?Dec 10Ron Jaworski, Merril Hoge and Herm Edwards discuss the Seahawks' 58-0 win over the Cardinals.
Peter King: With three weeks left, awards races still very much up in the …Dec 10Adrian Peterson is not chasing 2,000 yards. He is chasing 2,105. The record.