2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
2-0, 1st in NFC West
Can the Jags get some positive momentum vs. Cardinals? (0:55)

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Now in his third season in the NFL, Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury has had time to see and digest the differences between coaching in college and the pros. One of the biggest has been how to motivate players: "At the college level, with that many players on your roster, usually 120, you're going to have to poke and prod some guys to go to class, do their weights, eat their meals, all those things. With here, if you don't do that, you're just not going to be here," Kingsbury said.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said he understood how Urban Meyer felt when Meyer said that every week in the NFL is like playing Alabama. "I heard that," Kingsbury said. "I mean I coached at Texas Tech, so every week felt like the Dallas Cowboys."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said he has "zero pride when it comes to play calling," something he learned as Texas A&M's offensive coordinator in 2012 with Johnny Manziel as his quarterback: "When you coach Johnny Football, you just take the wins as you can get them. You don't worry about being on time for meetings or showing up for practice some days. You just get him out there Saturday and let him go, and collect a check."

Jason Miller/Getty Images

Ware, Mathis among first-year HOF nominees

Defensive standouts DeMarcus Ware and Robert Mathis, and receivers Andre Johnson, Steve Smith and Anquan Boldin are among 10 first-year eligible players nominated for the 2022 Class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Why Rondale Moore is Yates' favorite add-and-stash (1:04)
Keyshawn baffles Stephen A. by choosing Carr over Wilson and Murray (1:54)

Cards win 34-33 thriller after Vikings miss last-second FG

— Arizona's Jordan Hicks didn't dare turn around as Minnesota's potential game-winning field goal floated toward the uprights. Instead, he watched the videoboard for a moment and then locked eyes with Ezekial Turner, who had been knocked to the turf,...

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Kyler Murray finishes with 33.10 fantasy points. That gives him 66.66 through two games, the third-most by any quarterback through that many team games in history (Ryan Fitzpatrick 72.26 in 2018, Patrick Mahomes 67.18 in 2018).

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Kyler Murray — assuming his score holds — is only the third quarterback since the merger with 30-plus fantasy points in each of his team's first two games of a season (Lamar Jackson 2019, Russell Wilson 2020).

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

HALFTIME: What a first half in Glendale. It didn't start pretty again for the Cardinals but Arizona made up for it with big play after big play. Kyler Murray threw for 229 yards in the first half while rookie Rondale Moore had 102 yards receiving. But that wasn't the half of it (no pun intended). Murray spun out of a sack and threw a 77-yard TD to Moore and then Matt Prater kicked a 62-yard FG, setting a new franchise record. Time to take a breath.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals inactives: QB Chris Streveler, RB Eno Benjamin, CB Luq Barcoo, CB Tay Gowan, LB Devon Kennard, OL Josh Miles.

Wesley Hitt/Getty Images
10dJosh Weinfuss

Cards' Jones: Contract will come as sacks pile up

Arizona's Chandler Jones, who is in the final year of his contract and wants a new deal, had five sacks in Week 1 and leads all NFL players in the category since 2012. "I'm just playing football," he said. "I just let [negotiating] take care of itself."

Christian Petersen/Getty Images
11dDavid Purdum

Raiders' upset caps record week for underdogs

Twelve underdogs covered the spread, the most in Week 1 in the Super Bowl era. The nine underdogs that pulled outright upsets in Week 1 was the most in any week in the past four seasons.

Find Tickets

Team Stats

Passing Yards325.53rd
Rushing Yards119.511th
Points For36.02nd
Points Against23.019th