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Cards Ready to Tangle w/ the Jets at the Meadowlands

After playing in Washington last week, the Cardinals will stay in Tysons Corner, VA for practice this week before heading to New Jersey on Saturday to face the Jets. The Cardinals will be looking for their fifth consecutive win against teams from the AFC and second this season.

The Cardinals suffered their first loss of the season last week against the Redskins and fell to 2-1 on the year with a 24-17 loss at Washington. The Redskins produced 10 points off Arizona’s first two turnovers of the season and the Cardinals snapped their streak of 10-straight games scoring 20+ points. Larry Fitzgerald caught a career-long 62-yard TD reception and had his second consecutive 100-yard game. QB Kurt Warner had two TD passes in the game, giving him multiple TDs in 10 of his last 11 starts.

The Jets fell to 1-2 on the season with a 48-29 road loss to the San Diego Chargers on Monday Night Football. Jet quarterback Brett Favre threw for three TDs in the game but the Jets could not overcome their four turnovers, including an interception that was returned 52 yards for a touchdown by Antonio Cromartie.

Arizona heads home to University of Phoenix Stadium next week after the 10-day road trip back east, where they will face the Buffalo Bills. The Cardinals have won four consecutive home games dating back to 2007. The Jets enter their bye week following their game with the Cardinals.


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One Response to “Cards Ready to Tangle w/ the Jets at the Meadowlands”

  1. tom snyder says:

    it appears the cardinals lost the game in the first three possesions,

    run run , they expect the run then throw when they expect it. hobble a stong passing game until we are too far behind.

    lets hope the coaches learn by mistakes.

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