FTP: Cardinals by the numbers

Flush the Pocket will be your daily morning dose of the Arizona Cardinals. It’ll recap the top storyline from the previous day and give you a look at what everyone is saying locally and nationally.

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Arizona won its eighth game of the season Sunday, 30-10 win over St. Louis, and improved to 6-1 at University of Phoenix Stadium. This is the Cardinals' fifth season in the last seven with at least eight victories.

More of the Cardinals by the numbers:

27: Arizona has scored 27 or more points during their four-game home winning streak.

7: The Cardinals have scored 20 or more points in all seven home games this season, one of just three teams to do that through 14 weeks.

8: Bruce Arians’ eight wins are the second-most by a Cardinals coach in his first season.

11: Number of places the Cardinals’ defense has moved up the rankings since being 16th after Week 7.

84.5: Rushing yards Arizona has allowed per game, third-fewest in the league.

6: Games in which the Cards have allowed 15 or fewer points, second only to Carolina's eight. The Cards are 6-0 in those games.

17: Interceptions by the Cardinals, tying them for third in the NFL.

In other news…

A recap of my Tuesday stories: The Cardinals are losing rookies at a high rate to injuries. Dave Zastudil’s punting prowess deserves more praise. Wild Card Watch: Week 15. And the Cardinals are No. 10 in the latest ESPN.com Power Rankings.