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The Cardinals' offense is still trying to find its way after a day of taking bite-sized yardage chunks just outside the Big Apple. Arizona's defense appears to be in top form after devouring the New York Giants. The Cardinals' voracious defense made up for their inconsistent offense in a 27-21 win on a rainy Sunday, producing eight sacks and three turnovers.

The past three weeks haven't been the greatest for rookie quarterback Daniel Jones and the New York Giants. Jones and the offense have averaged 229 yards in those games, scored four touchdowns and turned the ball over eight times, with the sixth pick overall in the NFL draft throwing five interceptions and losing two fumbles. Jones lost two fumbles and threw an interception in Sunday's 27-21 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

The scheduling gods threw fantasy owners a bone in Week 8 at least—the Bears play host to a reeling Los Angeles Chargers team that ranks inside the top 10 in fantasy points allowed to team defenses this year. But the days of Chicago being a no-brainer matchup-proof must-start, for now at least, may be over. THE NO-DOUBTERS Pittsburgh Steelers (vs.

With their Sunday home loss to the Arizona Cardinals, the New York Giants have lost three straight games, falling to 2-5. Rookie quarterback Daniel Jones has struggled during the stretch, but he won't be losing his job. Pat Shurmur isn't considering another QB change Meeting with media on Monday, Giants head coach Pat Shurmur was asked if, in light of Jones' recent issues, he's considering pulling him for veteran Eli Manning.

Rushing - Chase Edmonds, Cardinals, rushed for career highs of 126 yards and three touchdowns in Arizona's 27-21 victory over the New York Giants. Dalvin Cook, Vikings, had 142 yards rushing and two TDs on 25 carries in Minnesota's 42-30 win at Detroit. Leonard Fournette, Jaguars, ran for 131 yards on 29 attempts to help Jacksonville top Cincinnati 27-17.

Saquon Barkley returned after missing three games with a sprained right ankle, and it really didn't do much for the New York Giants' offense. The Arizona Cardinals made sure of that Sunday as they limited Barkley to 72 yards rushing and a touchdown in a 27-21 victory Sunday that sent the Giants (2-5) to their third straight loss. The return of last year's NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and tight end Evan Engram was supposed to help the offense and rookie quarterback Daniel Jones.

The game was billed as the return of Saquon Barkley to the New York Giants' lineup and the matchup of first-round rookie quarterbacks Kyler Murray and Daniel Jones. It had an unexpected star: Arizona Cardinals backup running back Chase Edmonds. Edmonds rushed for career highs of 126 yards and three touchdowns and the Cardinals' defense sacked Jones eight times and forced three turnovers in a 27-21 victory Sunday.

Arizona running back Chase Edmonds had career highs with 126 rushing yards and three touchdowns, and quarterback Kyler Murray set an NFL record for most completions in the first seven games of a career as the Cardinals held off the New York Giants 27-21 on Sunday in rainy East Rutherford, N.J. Edmonds scored on two 20-yard runs four minutes apart in the first quarter as the Cardinals took a 17-0 lead, and his 22-yard run made it 24-14 with six minutes left in the third quarter as the Cardinals (3-3-1) won a third straight game for the first time since 2015. Daniel Jones completed 22 of 35 passes for 223 yards and with one touchdown and one interception, and Saquon Barkley rushed for 72 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries in his return from injury for the Giants (2-5), who have lost three in a row.

Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson is expected to play on Sunday against the New York Giants despite an ankle injury, ESPN reported late Saturday night. Johnson is officially listed as questionable, with head coach Kliff Kingsbury saying Friday that he would be a game-time decision. Kingsbury also said Johnson would have not have played if the game were on Friday, when Johnson was limited for the second straight day.

He missed the first six games of the season after getting caught taking a PED and a masking agent that failed (obviously) to conceal the PED. Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is now back on the active roster. Arizona activated Peterson in advance of Sunday's game against the New York Giants. The Cardinal created a roster [more]

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