Kolb’s Second Chance

Cardinals team president, Michael Bidwell, has confirmed that Kolb will be the starting quarterback for the Cardinals come Sunday.  Earlier in the week coach Ken Whisenhunt caused a stir when he said that John Skelton had not been ruled out yet for this week.  However, multiple reports have Skelton out 2-4 weeks.  If Kolb is able […]

September 2012 by Paul Nedorostek

Cardinals Might Have To Go Into Battle Versus Patriots With Kolb

They Arizona Cardinals opened up their 2012 campaign with a victory over the Seattle Seahawks in upset fashion at home on Sunday 20-16. Week 2’s game against the New England Patriots is still nearly a full week away, but it is never too early to see if it is right to make your NFL picks […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Beanie Wells Late Addition to Injury Report

Beanie Wells was a late addition to the Cardinal’s week one injury report.  Wells is now listed as questionable for the Cardinal’s season opener Sunday against Seattle.  Wells was added to the injury report with a hamstring injury.  Wells supposedly pulled or at least tweaked his hamstring in practice the last few days.  Wells has […]

September 2012 by Paul Nedorostek

NFL Betting: Cardinals Fans Nervous As 2012 Season Begins

After losses in four of their five preseason games, the Arizona Cardinals head into the 2012 season with little momentum. Their fans are worried even more so as the Cardinals offensive line, passing game and quarterback situation looks very shaky. Nothing about this team screams playoffs. Even so, the Cardinals will get to work against […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Skelton Named Starter

It is finally official, John Skelton has been named the Cardinals starting quarterback for their season opener.  After battling with Kevin Kolb throughout the preseason coach Ken Whisenhunt finally made his decision to go with Skelton.  Entering camp it was believed that Skelton would have to outshine Kevin Kolb for the starting job.  Kolb was reportedly […]

September 2012 by Paul Nedorostek

Cardinals vs. Seahawks Week 1 Preview

What was once deemed a toss-up now seems to be a matchup in which the Cardinals are considered underdogs on their own turf in Week 1. Sometimes the numbers speak for themselves. Amid the quarterback issues in Arizona throughout the preseason, the line for the opener has changed from a pick’em to its current point […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Is There a Solution in the Near Future?

There are rumors coming from Cardinals camp that head coach Ken Whisenhunt will make a decision on whom the starting quarterback will be for the regular season sometime this week.  Although the competition between Kolb and Skelton has been very close during the preseason games, there is a belief that Skelton is the frontrunner for […]

August 2012 by Paul Nedorostek

Starting QB Battle

Thus far this preseason for the Cardinals has been a battle between Kevin Kolb and John Skelton for the starting quarterback job.  Both players have made a strong case as to why they should be considered for the starting role.  Over the course of the off-season the Cardinals have gone back and forth with whom […]

August 2012 by Paul Nedorostek

Cardinals will Open Pre-Season Against the Saints

This week the NFL has started to announce some of the key games for the 2012 NFL Season. The Saints will play the opening game against the defending Champions, the New York Giants, but they will also play the pre-season opening game against the Arizona Cardinals. The NFL made the announcement today that the Hall […]

March 2012 by cardinals360

Will the Cardinals Try to Sign Mario Williams?

With $12-14 million in cap space for the offseason, and with the ability to restructure and cut loose some of the overpaid players on the team, the Cardinals are in an ideal spot to pursue one of the marque free agents in the 2012 offseason. Of course everyone is still saying that the Arizona Cardinals […]

February 2012 by cardinals360