The Big Red Wolf Report: After the Bucs, before the Panthers
On this week's edition of the Big Red Wolf Report, we look ahead to the game that will be by filtering it through the game that was.
Fresh off their dramatic win on the road in Tampa, the 2-2 Arizona Cardinals prepare to take on the Carolina Panthers at University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday.
Here are the things that stand out:
1. Panthers are #3 in rushing yards/game and run the ball as well as any team in the league. The Cards have improved on their rush defense and need to continue to do so this week.
2. Welcome back D-Wash…now go shut down Greg Olsen!
3. With the trade of Levi Brown to the Steelers, Bradley Sowell becomes literally and figuratively, the wildcard for the Cardinals.
Ron Wolfley, Co-host of Doug & Wolf
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- Dave Pasch, Voice of the Arizona Cardinals - Monday July 28The voice of the Cardinals Dave Pasch shares his first impressions of training camp.
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- Kent Somers- AZCentral Sports - Friday July 25AZCentral Sports Cardinals beat writer Kent Somers discusses some of the challenges facing the Cardi