Arizona Cardinals: Carson Palmer’s top 5 plays of 2015
To cap off a tremendous year, Carson Palmer was named the FedEx Air Player of the Year for the 2015 season.
After an ACL tear forced Carson Palmer to sit out the rest of the 2014 season, the Arizona Cardinals were eager to have him return under center. While many expected Palmer to elevate the offense, no one expected Palmer to have as good of a season as he did. As a contender for MVP, Palmer threw for a career high 4671 yards and 35 touchdown passes with only 11 interceptions (a career low when he starts all 16 games in a season).
As the focal point of the league’s number 1 offense, Palmer led Arizona to a franchise record 13 games and its first playoff bye in franchise history. While the season ended for Carson Palmer, and the Cardinals, in disappointing fashion, there were still many highlights that makes one anxious for training camp to begin. Let’s look at Carson Palmer’s top 5 plays of this season.
Honorable Mention: 64 yard touchdown pass to J.J. Nelson vs. Cincinnati