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Arizona Cardinals' Tyrann Mathieu lets others rave about his fo…

Arizona Cardinals' Tyrann Mathieu lets others rave about his forced fumble

azcentral.com yahoo.com Updated Sep 8, 2013
ST. LOUIS -- Tyrann Mathieu shrugged off the fumble he forced in Sunday's game as if he was being asked about his dinner plans. But everyone else was raving about it.
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  • Rams-Cardinals: Three things revisited

    Rams-Cardinals: Three things revisited

    ESPN.com Sep 8, 2013
    ST. LOUIS -- Looking back at three things worth watching from the St. Louis Rams' 27-24 victory against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. 1. Getting vertical Arizona did its best to keep a balanced attack and actually didn't take as many deep shots as yo…
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  • Hits don't deter Roberts from making plays

    Hits don't deter Roberts from making plays

    ESPN.com Sep 8, 2013
    ST. LOUIS -- Maybe it’s just how his name rolls of the tongue. Or maybe that’s where somebody else heard it before. Even though Andre Roberts has never been left out of a conversation about the Cardinals’ wide receivers, he’s usually the third guy menti…
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  • Pagan's 11th-inning hit gives Giants walk-off win

    Pagan's 11th-inning hit gives Giants walk-off win

    MLB.com Sep 8, 2013
    Angel Pagan was nowhere to be found Sunday in the Giants' clubhouse after their 3-2, 11-inning triumph over the Arizona Diamondbacks. That didn't matter. He already had made his presence felt. Pagan's tiebreaking single in the 11th gave the Giants their…
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  • Rapid Reaction: Rams 27, Cardinals 24

    Rapid Reaction: Rams 27, Cardinals 24

    ESPN.com Sep 8, 2013
    ST. LOUIS -- Quick thoughts on the St. Louis Rams’ 27-24 season-opening win against the Arizona Cardinals at the Edward Jones Dome: What it means: Those expecting a big offensive explosion from the Rams didn’t exactly get what they wanted, though the Ra…
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  • Rapid Reaction: Rams 27, Cardinals 24

    Rapid Reaction: Rams 27, Cardinals 24

    ST. LOUIS -- A few thoughts from the St. Louis Rams' 27-24 win over the Arizona Cardinals at the Edward Jones Dome. What it means: There’s a lot of work to be done, especially at left guard, where Levi Brown allowed a late-game sack that turned into a g…
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  • Ryan Williams inactive for Cardinals

    Ryan Williams inactive for Cardinals

    profootballtalk.com Sep 8, 2013
    If running back Ryan Williams‘ third season is going to look much different than his first two, he’s going to have to start making some changes in the weeks to come. Williams who was an observer more than a player because of injuries in his first two se…
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  • Video - Larry Fitzgerald's two touchdown day 01:11

    Larry Fitzgerald's two touchdown day

    Sep 8
    Relive Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald's two touchdown performance versus the St. Louis Rams.
  • Video - Sunday Blitz: Cardinals-Rams Recap 02:46

    Sunday Blitz: Cardinals-Rams Recap

    Sep 8
    Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Rams week 1 victory over the Cardinals.
  • Video - Cook, Rams Rally Past Cards 00:31

    Cook, Rams Rally Past Cards

    Sep 8
    Jared Cook collected 141 yards and two touchdowns to help the Rams get past the Cardinals 27-24.
  • Video - Cardinals vs. Rams highlights 01:23

    Cardinals vs. Rams highlights

    Sep 8
    The St. Louis Rams defeated the Arizona Cardinals 27-24, after Greg Zuerlein kicked the game-winning 48-yard field goal with 40-seconds remaining.

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Young QBs exceed expectations in victory and defeat; more Snaps

    Sep 8
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we take stock of a rather ugly Week 1 in the NFL, otherwise known as Overreaction Sunday. ....
  • NFL - John Clayton's Last Call

    Sep 8
    Three early safeties set the tone for a strange Week 1, writes John Clayton.