I'll go one better than that by creating a separate item honoring multiple Cardinals.
Among the candidates worthy of our consideration:
Kevin Kolb, quarterback: His stock was already pretty high around here, at least in my view. But if someone had told the Cardinals to expect 309 yards passing with two touchdowns and a victory in Kolb's debut, the team would have gladly accepted. Arizona likely would have lost its opener against Carolina if forced to play with its quarterbacks from last season.
Early Doucet, receiver: Nothing like a 70-yard touchdown reception and a 35-yard average on three catches to open the season. Doucet has had more problems with injuries than opponents to this point in his career. This was a good start for him. His stock rose.
Beanie Wells, running back: The Cardinals surely would have taken an 18-carry, 90-yard performance from Wells if someone had offered it to them before the game. Wells did not fumble, although he and Kolb failed to connect on a pitch near the goal line. He scored a touchdown. He stayed healthy.
Daryl Washington, linebacker: One interception, one-half sack and six tackles should count for something even though the Cardinals' defense allowed 477 yards.
Patrick Peterson, return specialist: Peterson the cornerback appeared as part of the "falling" section in the stock watch. Peterson the returner and overall big-play threat deserves mention for his game-changing punt return for a touchdown.
Any other viable candidates from Arizona? I'm going to watch the game more closely later Tuesday.