Cardinals Can Make Playoffs Behind Palmer

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His numbers say Carson Palmer had a solid season in 2012 for the Oakland Raiders.

His tape backs it up.

Despite the notion that the Arizona Cardinals, who traded essentially a tuna sandwich (no cheese) to get Palmer, are getting a washed-up, over-the-hill quarterback who isn't good enough anymore, the tape kicks that idea in the groin.

I am not going to sit here and say Palmer is in the same class as the four elite quarterbacks (Tom Brady, Read Full Article »

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