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first_img – / 21 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Here’s where the Cardinals stand in rankings from around the country heading into Week 7’s Thursday night showdown with the Denver Broncos. High Ranking: #30 – NFL.com, Pro Football TalkLow Ranking: #32 – Yahoo!, CBSSports.comAverage Ranking: 31.0 NFL Week 7 Power Rankings: Ravens defense makes them legit Super Bowl contenders, big test vs. Saints looms#32▼1They have to like what they are getting from Josh Rosen. It’s just this roster needs help. NFL Power Rankings Week 7, 2018: The Patriots are laughing their way to the top#31▲1The 49ers, Broncos, Colts, Bills, Giants, Cardinals, and Raiders round out the bottom of this week’s rankings. NFL Power Rankings, Week 7: Patriots back; Raiders hit bottom#30—The Cardinals hung with the big, bad Vikings for the balance of the afternoon on Sunday, but they simply don’t have the personnel at this point to ultimately keep up with playoff teams. Although Chandler Jones can play with (and demolish) any opponent he faces, apparently. Jones added to his early Defensive Player of the Year candidacy with five tackles, 1.5 sacks, a tackle for loss and a forced fumble that sparked a defensive touchdown. Going to keep talking him up in this space until more pub flows his way. OutletRankingsCardinals’ RankMovementComment Are they moving up or are they moving down?Well, the Arizona Cardinals couldn’t follow up their first win of 2018 in a positive way, losing to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 6, but that didn’t stop them from actually moving up in five of the ten NFL Power Rankings we track in The Consensus.Of course, Steve Wilks’ team also moved down in four rankings, so their average rank of 31.0 stayed put for a second straight week. 0 Comments   Share   Week Seven power rankings#30▼1It’s getting harder to come up with reasons for hope. NFL Power Rankings Poll: Rams Unanimous No. 1, Eagles and Steelers Return to Top 10#31▲1Despite our panel voting unanimously to put the Cardinals in 32nd last week, they were still the consensus pick to win at San Francisco in the MMQB’s staff picks from a group of largely the same people. Then we put them in last again? I don’t know, guys. Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen, left, looks to throw a pass to running back David Johnson during the first half of an NFL football game against the Minnesota Vikings, Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Bruce Kluckhohn) Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings Week 7: Rams hold; Patriots rise#31▼1The issues that popped up in Week 1 still haven’t been addressed. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories NFL Week 7 Power Rankings: Playoff chances for all 32 teams#31▲1One thing for fans to hang their hat on is the performance of Josh Rosen. In the three games he has started, the Cardinals have averaged 250 yards per game, improving on their average of 190 yards per game in the three games that Sam Bradford started. NFL power rankings: Chargers replace Jaguars in top five#31▲1Thursday Night Football is back! Oh, it’s Cardinals-Broncos this week? NFL Power Rankings: Jaguars a shell of what they were last season, or even Week 2#32▼1David Johnson’s dip this year is staggering. In 2016 he averaged 4.2 yards per rush and 11 yards per catch. This year he’s at 3.2 and 7.9, respectively, which is terribly inefficient. Since I don’t assume Johnson forgot how to play since he was an All-Pro in 2016, I’ll wonder if the Cardinals could be doing more to get him the ball in advantageous situations. NFL Power Rankings: B/R’s Expert Consensus Rank for Every Team Entering Week 7#31▲1That miserable offense continues to depress on a weekly basis. Arizona amassed just 269 total yards against the Vikings, and tailback David Johnson barely cleared three yards a carry. That Johnson was able to once again score and salvage a decent fantasy day is a little consolation to all the people who used an early draft pick on him this year. But that’s about the only consolation the Cardinals are offering up right now. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img

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