Passing Yards: 262.3 yards (7th)
Rushing Yards: 116.0 yards (14th)
Opponent Passing Yards: 256.5 yards (23rd)
Opponent Rushing Yards: 124.3 yards (23rd)
Nick Foles had a decent game two weeks ago against the Giants throwing for 248 yards and two touchdowns. However Foles still turned the ball over twice with two ill-advised throws, one coming in the red zone.
LeSean McCoy had a breakout game against New York rushing 22 times for 149 yards. Darren Sproles also rushed seven times for 39 yards and a touchdown before the bye. He went down with a knee injury and was limited in practice this week. The team listed him as questionable for Sunday.
The receivers got some action as Riley Cooper led the team with five receptions and 59 yards on Sunday Night Football. Jordan Matthews also hit the 50 yard mark catching four passes. Jeremy Maclin was held in check with two catches for 16 yards.
Zach Ertz had another big game for the Eagles catching three passes for 47 yards and a touchdown. James Casey also pulled in a 26-yard touchdown pass. Brent Celek also caught four passes for 45 yards.
The offensive line will be the same as last week - Jason Peters at left tackle, Matt Tobin at left guard, David Molk at center, Todd Herremans at right guard and Lane Johnson at right tackle. Evan Mathis and Jason Kelce are on the mend.
The defensive line has been consistent for the Eagles this season. Bennie Logan has been a force at the nose tackle position while ends Fletcher Cox and Cedric Thornton have been disruptive. Defensive end Brandon Bair recorded his first sack of the season on Sunday.
The Eagles linebackers were monsters against the Giants. Connor Barwin had five tackles, three sacks and two tackles for losses. Vinny Curry added two sacks of his own while Brandon Graham and Trent Cole both recorded sacks as well.
Mychal Kendricks is still injured but practiced this week in some drills. His status is questionable for Sunday. DeMeco Ryans was injured last week but still managed three tackles against the Giants. Casey Matthews had a great game stepping in for Kendricks with five tackles and two tackles for losses.
The secondary came up with plays when they had to against the Giants en route to the shutout. Sunday will be a test as big receivers Larry Fitzgerald (6'3", 218 lbs.) and Michael Floyd (6'3", 225 lbs.) will be matched up against Cary Williams (6'1", 190 lbs.) and Bradley Fletcher (6'0", 200 lbs.). They will have to go make plays on the ball while safeties Malcolm Jenkins and Nate Allen will have to provide help over the top.
Brandon Boykin will see playing time as Arizona loves to use their slot receiver, John Brown.
Cody Parkey hit his two field goal opportunities against the Giants with a long of 45 yards. Donnie Jones punted six times putting five of them inside the 20 yard line. If Sproles cannot go on Sunday, Jeremy Maclin said this week he would be the one returning punts.
Passing Yards: 225.5 yards (21st)
Rushing Yards: 91.8 yards (26th)
Opponent Passing Yards: 284.8 yards (31st)
Opponent Rushing Yards: 72.5 yards (1st)
Carson Palmer returned from a shoulder injury last week against the Raiders throwing for 253 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. It was his first, and only, interception in his three games this season.
Andre Ellington is the featured back for the Cardinals rushing 24 times for 88 yards against the Raiders. Stepfan Taylor also sees touches rushing 12 times for 40 yards and a touchdown last week. The Cardinals strength is not their running game given their yards per carry and yards per game.
Floyd and Fitzgerald are two big targets for Palmer with Floyd leading the team in receiving. Floyd caught three passes for 47 yards and a touchdown against the Raiders. Fitzgerald caught four passes for 21 yards. Brown was targeted five times out of the slot but only caught two passes for 41 yards.
The tight ends are not highly featured in the Arizona offense. John Carlson caught two passes for 20 yards on Sunday. He has not had more than 43 yards receiving in any game this season.
The Cardinals offensive line is not spectacular but they have gotten the job done. From left to right they are left tackle Jared Veldheer, left guard Ted Larsen, center Lyle Sendlein, right guard Paul Fanaika and right tackle Bobby Massie.
Arizona's defensive line is waiting on news of Calais Campbell, who is dealing with an injury after a block from Broncos tight end Julius Thomas. Dan Williams takes up a lot of space as the nose tackle at 327 lbs. Frostee Rucker is end opposite Campbell.
The Cardinals love to dial up blitzes but they have just seven sacks on the season. Outside linebackers Alex Okafor and Sam Acho will look to pressure Foles. The inside linebackers are Kevin Minter and former Pittsburgh Steeler Larry Foote.
Cornerbacks Patrick Peterson and Antonio Cromartie cause havoc for opposing wide receivers. Both like to play in man coverage and have the size (Peterson: 6'1", 219 lbs. and Cromartie: 6'2", 210 lbs.) to match up against anyone. Peterson is a play-maker.
Rashad Johnson is the free safety and and Tony Jefferson is the strong safety.
Rookie kicker Chandler Costanzo is a perfect 15-for-15 this season in field goal attempts with a long of 51 yards. Drew Butler has punted 20 times this season averaging 43.5 yards per punt and putting eight inside the 20 yard line. Ted Ginn Jr. handles the punt returns.