Carson Palmer

Quick Hits vs Cards
Quick Hits vs Cards
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - There are excuses and then there's the truth. You simply can't afford to lose both of your starting cornerbacks against the NFL's top-ranked offense and that's what happened to the Philadelphia Eagles as they were lapped by the powerful Arizona Cardinals, 40-17, on "Sunday Night Football" at Lincoln Financial Field...
Five on the Cardinals
Five on the Cardinals
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - The Eagles' late-season renaissance will face a tough test on Sunday night when the talented Arizona Cardinals visit Lincoln Financial Field. Two straight wins have Chip Kelly's team playing meaningful football in December despite a pedestrian 6-7 record thanks to the dreadful NFC East, where three teams (the Eagles, New York Giants and Washington Redskins) share a pie
Cowboys Lose Second Consecutive Game, Cardinals Best Team in NFL?
Cowboys Lose Second Consecutive Game, Cardinals Best Team in NFL?
Carson Palmer settled down nicely after an early mistake gave Dallas a lead. Brandon Weeden never did get comfortable filling in for Tony Romo. Palmer stayed perfect as the starter for Arizona this season, throwing for three touchdowns, while Weeden couldn't get the Cowboys into the end zone until the game was out of reach in the Cardinals' 28-17 victory Sunday...