Feely Dismissed | Roster Trimmed

On Monday morning, ESPN’s Adam Schefter announced that veteran kicker Jay Feely would be released by the Arizona Cardinals.  Shortly after his tweet, Jay Feely confirmed on his own personal Twitter account, that he had been released by Arizona.  To some, this comes as no surprise. Feely had been splitting time with rookie Chandler Catanzaro during […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet

Cardinals Win Finale

The Cardinals season ended on a good note as they defeated the Seahawks on Sunday.  With the win, Arizona finished with an 8-8 record and a 6-2 record at home.  After an abysmal start to the season where they started 1-6 including a 6 game losing streak.  They finished 7-2 with their only two losses […]

January 2012 by cardinals360

Cincy Crushes Playoff Dreams

Considering how unlikely it was for the Cards to slip into the playoffs, I guess it shouldn’t be too big of headline that the Bengals dashed those hopes on Sunday.  Even if Arizona were to win, Detroit handled the Chargers and would have eliminated the Cardinals anyways.  Still, the loss snapped a 4 game winning […]

December 2011 by cardinals360

Cardinals Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

In third OT win of the year, the Arizona Cardinals defeated the Browns to improve to 7-7.  They are currently in a 4 way tie for the last spot outside of the playoffs in the NFC.  Arizona will need a lot of help to get into the postseason, but it’s not completely out of the […]

December 2011 by cardinals360

Cardinals Shock 49ers

We are in December and the Cards continue to play their best football of the year.  Arizona won 21-19 on Sunday to beat the NFC West Champion 49ers, who lost for just the third time all year.  After starting the year off 1-6, they now have won 5 of their last 6 to improve to […]

December 2011 by cardinals360

Stephen-Howlings Shocks Cowboys

The game was a defensive battle for the most part, but had an ending nobody could expect.  Going into the fourth quarter, it was just a 13-6 game, with the only touchdown coming in the second quarter on a Romo to Bryant connection.  Then Kevin Kolb led his team down the field and Beanie Wells […]

December 2011 by cardinals360

Cards Ride Beanie to Victory

It was the Beanie Wells show on Sunday, but it almost didn’t happen.  The RB came into the game listed as questionable, however he still managed to carry the ball 27 times for a grand total of 228 yards.  That included a 71 yard run and took another one in for a score.  His lone […]

November 2011 by cardinals360

Arizona Doesn’t Show Up On Offense

The Cardinals were finally able to reach the end zone in the 4th quarter, but that was after San Francisco tallied up 23 points.  That was more than enough to defeat Arizona last Sunday.  John Skelton received his 3rd straight start, but after winning the first two he couldn’t even finish out the third.  He […]

November 2011 by cardinals360

Cardinals Win First on the Road

John Skelton filled in for injured Kevin Kolb again on Sunday and won for the second time in as many games.  Skelton is now 2-0 in his only appearances, while Kolb has managed just a meager 1-6 record.  This is also the Cards first victory on the road this season.  The Eagles have obviously been […]

November 2011 by cardinals360

Patrick Peterson Saves the Day

The losing streak is over, and the Cards beat division rival St. Louis in OT on Sunday.  In certainly an odd game, nobody scored a TD until late in the fourth quarter.  Kevin Kolb sat from an injury, and John Skelton led a 4th quarter drive that ultimately resulted in a 13 yard score to […]

November 2011 by cardinals360