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hope your week has been a good one and the week without the Arizona Cardinals helped your blood pressure.This week, we get the pleasure Authentic David Johnson Jersey ,of of the Cardinals taking on the best offense in the NFL, so we could be in a for a long one.Let’s not waste anytime, let’s get the day started by taking a look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals.Five Things To Watch: #AZvsKCA look at the top storylines for Sunday's gameByron Leftwich Wants David Johnson’s InputNotes: Star RB becoming more vocal; Budda Baker should play; coin flip perfectionTune-In Information For Cardinals-ChiefsAll the ways to track the Week 10 matchupCardinals Embracing Matchup With High-Flying ChiefsDefense has tough task against MVP candidate Patrick MahomesFriday before the Chiefs, and a certain comfortSpotlight - Josh RosenLisa Matthews sits down with rookie QB Josh Rosen to discuss his development and how he's evolved into his new role.Wired - 'The Best Of'Listen in to the compilation of the best sights and sounds from the first half of the season.Cardinals Chronicles - First Half Of The SeasonHear the players chronicle the first half of the season through their words.Zoom - '42'Zoom into the words and wisdom of Pat Tillman, who would have turned 42 this week.Too small, too slow: Christian Kirk motivated by the pre-draft haters - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPNThe Cardinals' Christian Kirk ranks second among NFL rookie receivers in receptions and receiving yards.Leftwich, Fitzgerald have goals to reach in front of former Cards HC AriansBruce Arians will call the Arizona Cardinals' game against the Kansas City Chiefs, and he'll get to watch his protege Byron Leftwich call his second game. Meanwhile, Larry Fitzgerald chases another record.Cardinals GM Steve Keim rooting for Byron Leftwich's future as OCThe long-term job status of Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich is fluid as he enters his second game on the job, team general manager Steve Keim said Friday on 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station.Cardinals C Mason Cole, like his fellow rookies, taking 1st-year lumpsThe first half of center Mason Cole's rookie season has included its share of ups and downs, but the Arizona Cardinals know it's also been invaluable experience.The 5: Cardinals' best quotes about Chiefs' explosive weaponryThe Arizona Cardinals know they have a tall task of limiting a Kansas City Chiefs offense led by Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, Kareem Hunt and Travis Kelce.Cardinals vs. Chiefs: 5 stories from KC for Cardinals fans should knowWhether it is a franchise record or crazy streaks, Cardinals fans should be familiar with these stories about the team's next opponent.Cardinals vs. Chiefs: Offensive stats are eye-popping for KCThe Cardinals will have a very tough task defensively this weekend.Byron Leftwich calls on playing days to know what to say to Josh Rosen"I'm not thinking demeanor. I'm just trying to tell Josh what he needs to hear."KC Chiefs defensive numbers give reason for hope for Cardinals offenseThe Chiefs are one of the worst defensive teams in the NFL in every category.Chad Williams, Robert Nkemdiche to miss game vs. ChiefsThe Cardinals expect Tre Boston, Corey Peters and Justin Pugh to be back in the lineup.Chiefs final injury report: Sammy Watkins, others are questionableThree players were upgraded to limited participants on Friday and hope to play on Sunday.Cardinals vs. Chiefs preview: 5 things to know about ChiefsChief Wire's Charles Goldman gives some insight to the Cardinals' coming opponent.Cardinals vs. Chiefs, Week 10 preview: 5 keys to upset win for AZAlmost everything will have to go perfectly for the Cardinals to beat one of the best teams in the NFL.Arizona Cardinals to use new uniform combo vs. ChiefsThe last time the Cardinals used the white tops and red bottoms, John Skelton was a rookie Youth Budda Baker Jersey , started and lost to Jimmy Clausen. A crowd of reporters around his locker, Robert Nkemdiche was asked what he learned the first two years in the NFL."I learned I was terrible," he said.He was joking. Everyone laughed.But, with a new coaching staff giving the big defensive tackle a clean slate, this is a big season for the former first-round draft pick to prove to the Cardinals that they were right to select him 29th overall out of Mississippi in 2017.There have been no breakout performances, just a big play here and there — he returned an Eli Manning fumble for a TD last season — and there have been too many mistakes, including way too many offside penalties. In 17 career games, he has 12 tackles, four of them solo, and zero sacks.He knows it is time to show he's better than that or risk forever being saddled as a "draft bust."If the mammoth player — 6-foot-4, 296 pounds — harnesses his raw skills and attends to the little things, maybe he'll even find himself starting up front."I try to stay away from the analogies of guys who are busts because everybody has their own projection of how they see guys," Cardinals first-year head coach Steve Wilks said after Monday's practice, the team's first in pads. "In a short period of time of being around Robert, I think he's a tremendous player. I think he's locked in, he's focused. I think he's doing well and I think he's going to be a good player for us this year."Nkemdiche won't call this a make-or-break season, but he has learned a lot about what it takes to succeed in the trenches at the game's highest level."It's a big step," he said of this coming season. "It's not really technically pressure. It's just me wanting to be good, me wanting to give back to these guys, and all the guys who put in work for me, and give back to the coaches, people who believe in me and really just resting that case and being the player I know I can be."There's really no pressure , just 'come on, take a step forward.'"Nkemdiche has his quirks, including colorfully braided hair and a nose ring. He likes shopping at Goodwill.Nkemdiche is not that stereotypical growling monster of a human that people believe play defensive tackle in this violent game. But he wants to be good and insists he is a severe critic of himself.He blames his two unproductive seasons on injuries and "some things I could have did better.""Just being a more polished player, as in the whole perspective and really just growing as a dude, as a person," he said. "It's cool. Things have slowed down a little bit and it's fun. I can actually see what's going on. It's not like a blur."He should take some solace in the case of Arizona teammate D.J. Humphries. The Cardinals drafted the big tackle out of Florida in the first round (24th overall) in 2015 but he didn't even suit up for a game as a rookie— the Cardinals coaches were convinced he didn't have the maturity yet to play in the league. But the next season he was the starter at right tackle and eventually was moved to the left side. Injuries limited him to five games last year, but he has evolved into the Cardinals' best offensive lineman and anchors that unit at left tackle this year.Wilks has said he doesn't mind players with a few quirks, that he would "let Robert be Robert" as long as he continues to work hard to get better. So far, so good.The coach said after Monday's workout that he's encouraged."His commitment," Wilks said. "He's trying to do it our way. Change sometimes is hard for everyone and I think he's embraced that. He meets a lot with coach (Don) Johnson. His energy on the football field is phenomenal and he's trying to pay attention to details. You just got to make sure he's consistent and concentrates and doesn't jump offside. That's one of the concerns."So it's details, details, details for Nkemdiche, and, most importantly, some production when he's on the field."Do it on Sunday," he said. "When it's game time, show up and play ball. It's a very simple concept, just go out there and be a dog, be a disruptive force, play every play at extreme capacity."And don't jump offside.

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