Tyrann mathieu

Extra Point
How the (NFC) West Could Be Won
How the West Could Be Won
In case you haven't figured it out yet: Don't count the Cardinals out. They have a monumental task when they face the Seahawks with a third-string quarterback on Sunday night, but they can win. Here's how
By Greg A. Bedard
Settle This
What Is Hoyer Worth?
What Is Hoyer Worth?
The “Wet Blanket of Reason” assesses one of his favorite quarterbacks and breaks down an X's and O's question with some help from former NFL QB Sage Rosenfels. Plus, five thoughts going into Week 12
By Greg A. Bedard
On Further Review
Safety In Numbers
Safety In Numbers
Arizona lost nearly all its standout defensive players in the offseason, for varied reasons. Inventive coordinator Todd Bowles is using it as a chance to get more safeties on the field, and the result—the Cardinals' 3-0 start—speaks for itself
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Cardinals Preview: Destined for Another Third-Place Finish
Cardinals Preview: Destined for Another Third-Place Finish
Arizona is better, but not nearly enough to rise to the top of the NFC West
By Andy Benoit
Deep Dive
Praising Arizona
Praising Arizona
The Cardinals haven't finished above .500 since 2009. That streak will end this season, and even if they don't make the playoffs, Bruce Arians and company are making their case as being the best-coached team in football. Here's why
By Andy Benoit
Extra Point
Throwing the Challenge Flag on Inconsistency
Throwing the Challenge Flag on Inconsistency
NFL officials have the thankless job of making real-time decisions after processing information in the blink of an eye. Sometimes they’re right, sometimes they’re wrong, but why do the rules always seem to be changing?
By Greg A. Bedard
Game Plan
Welcome the Spotlight
Welcome the Spotlight
No pressure, Chris Clark, being thrown into the fire protecting Peyton Manning's blind spot and keeping a Super Bowl hopeful humming. Plus, more of what I'll be watching in Week 3
By Peter King
West Coast State of Mind
The Anatomy of a Game-Winning Play
The Anatomy of a Game-Winning Play
Tyrann Mathieu has made some splashy plays already as a rookie, but it was something subtle he did that led to a fourth-down stop, sending the Cards to their first win of the season. He explains in his own words
By Jim Trotter
Postcards From Training Camp
Video: Everything’s Looking Up in Arizona
Video: Everything's Looking Up in Arizona
Carson Palmer and Tyrann Mathieu are making things exciting on both sides of the ball for the Cardinals
By Peter King