As I mentioned yesterday, I expected the Cardinals to play worse than they did, but I’m glad I was wrong. They are the talk of the NFC West – so far. It’s still way too early to get extremely excited, however after 0-2 starts for Seattle and St. Louis, you have to like where the Cardinals are heading.
What others are saying today about your Cardinals:
ESPN.com NFC West Blogger Mike Sando says “Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald make life much easier for Warner. They catch contested balls consistently and gain yardage after the ball is in their hands. The combination is tough to beat when Warner is making the right decisions under pressure. Through two games, Warner has not suffered an interception or lost a fumble. He suffered 17 interceptions and six lost fumbles in 14 games last season.”
Kent Somers, Arizona Republic says “Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald are pretty good, and the Cardinals offensive coaches can hold their own when it comes to game planning.”
Michael Cunningham, South Florida Sun-Sentinel says “There are plenty of Dolphins deficiencies to choose from in the 31-10 loss at Arizona on Sunday. But none was more glaring than how the Cardinals easily rang up passing yards and points from the start against the Dolphins’ experienced secondary.”
It’s nice to read positives about the Cardinals for a change. Hopefully it will continue with two consecutive weeks back east in Washington and New York the next two weeks!