The Cardinals established a productive offense last year with Carson Palmer under center as he threw for a career-best 4,274 yards.
The Patriots opened the season in disappointing fashion as they couldn’t do a thing in the second half against Miami and they could not sustain a decent start to the game.
The Jaguars started the season in shocking fashion, as they built a 17-0 lead over Philadelphia on the road before reality set in and the Eagles took charge and put the game away in the second half.
The Saints were clearly disappointed after losing their Week One game at Atlanta, but a further look at that game indicates that New Orleans has little to worry about.
The hiring of Jim Caldwell as head coach has brought a new attitude on both sides of the ball in Detroit.
The Dolphins are certainly one of the under-the-radar teams in the NFL, and few people give them serious consideration because they have made little progress over the years and head coach Joe Philbin is not an inspirational leader.
If the Steelers are going to exceed expectations this year, it is going to be up to Ben Roethlisberger to lead the way.
Two teams coming off disappointing home losses in their respective NFL season openers this past Sunday will meet this week when the St. Louis Rams travel to western Florida to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Pass-rushing specialist becomes a free agent
Jeff Fisher says Shaun Hill was hurt, not benched against Minnesota.