Wednesday Dec 4
Bruce Arians Hints That Bad Officiating Could Have Cost Cardinals Playoffs
The Arizona Cardinals came into Sunday's matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles with a record of 7-4 and very well alive in the NFC playoff race.
Cards sent plays to NFL: 'Obvious problems'
The Arizona Cardinals sent the NFL about 15 plays following their loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday to show "obvious problems" with the officiating, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said.
After loss to Eagles, Cardinals grumble about the officiating
With the game over, Arizona Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington, helmet off and tongue revved up, was headed for the officials to give them one last thought about the two penalties that had just cost the Cardinals any chance of rallying.
Cardinals refuse to blame officials following tough calls late in three-point loss
By itself, it doesn't look like enough to put an end to the Arizona Cardinals' four-game win streak, but how and when the final three infractions occurred certainly had an effect on the outcome of Sunday's 24-21 loss at Philadelphia.
In a battle of strengths, Cardinals' defense faces season's toughest foe in Eagles' LeSean McCoy
When the Arizona Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles face off Sunday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field, they won't just be pitting their impressive and somewhat surprising records against one another.