Examiner.com - We are only two weeks into the 2012 season, but many of those who didn't like the Cardinals heading into the season are already eating their words. Arizona is off to a fast start at 2-0 with a home win over the Seattle Seahawks and a shocking road victory against the New England Patriots. 244 days
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No one, including several Cardinals fans, had predicted the Red Birds to win yesterday's game, but Arizona's defense played fabulous for the second straight week and Kevin Kolb did just enough on the offensive end to help his team win.
Here is a rundown of how each position did in Sunday's 20-18 victory over the New England Patriots. 244 days
Examiner.com - Heap caught a 28-yard pass from Kevin Kolb and immediately was slow to get off the turf. Up until the injury, the former ASU product was having a huge day. He had five catches for 62 yards and passed hall of famer Mike Ditka for 12th on the NFL's all-time receiving yardage list for tight ends. 245 days
Examiner.com - Up 11 points with 14 minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Cardinals were in great shape for a shocking road win, but after a Patriots field goal and touchdown and a Ryan Williams fumble in New England territory, the home team was in perfect position to steal one. 244 days
At 14 point underdogs, the Cardinals are the least likely team to win their game in Week 2 action across the NFL. In New England, the Patriots have one of the better home-field advantages in football, so the Red Birds will certainly have their work cut out for them on the road.
What are some of the keys that the Cardinals must do in order to shock the world and come out with a W to start off t 245 days
Examiner.com - To the surprise of no one, John Skelton was listed as one of the Cardinals seven inactives for today's game against the New England Patriots. Skelton injured his ankle last week in the fourth quarter against Seattle. Kevin Kolb will get the start. 245 days
Examiner.com - Minus John Skelton, the Cardinals should be at 100 percent on the injury front against the New England Patriots tomorrow. Ken Whisenhunt didn't rule out Skelton to play earlier in the week, but the QB will be the lone guy ruled out for this week as of right now. 246 days
Examiner.com - Four seasons ago with Kurt Warner under center, the Cardinals lost to the Patriots 47-7 in New England in what was one of the uglier games in the history of the franchise. The Red Birds are looking for a much different result tomorrow in their return to Boston. 246 days