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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- A perfect start for Carson Palmer and, even if its just preseason, an impressive opener for the Arizona Cardinals. And just the opposite for the Houston Texans and new coach Bill OBrien. Palmer was 5 for 5 for 84 yards and a touchdown in his lone series and the Cardinals went on to rout the Texans 32-0 on Saturday night. "Really, really great to just see us come out and execute," Palmer said. "Nothing spectacular, nothing special, just everybody on the same page." Arizonas first-team defence had a three-and-out and an interception in its two series. Ryan Fitzpatrick had a rough first game as Houstons quarterback. Playing the entire first half, he completed 6 of 14 passes for 55 yards with two interceptions as the Cardinals took a 20-0 lead at the break. "I think it is important to keep in mind that its the first time weve been out there as a team," Fitzpatrick said, "but its also a nice little wake-up call for me and for everybody. The NFL is a humbling game." Arizona rookie Logan Thomas played the entire second half. After experiencing accuracy issues throughout training camp, Thomas completed 11 of 12 passes for 113 yards and a touchdown. It was "by far" the best Thomas has looked, coach Bruce Arians said. "He had a nice, calm demeanour," Arians said. "He threw some balls in there that made me hold my breath, but the guys caught them. He was very, very good." Houston was without wide receiver Andre Johnson, running back Arian Foster and cornerback Johnathan Joseph -- all nursing minor injuries. The Texans, coming off a 2-14 season, got inside the Cardinals 30-yard line once, and that ended with an interception. "Tonight was not a good night of football," OBrien said. "It all starts with me. Ive got to do a better job of coaching this team. ... Its the first preseason game and theres nowhere but up from where we are right now." Arizona rookie John Brown, a third-round draft pick from little Pittsburg State (Kansas), caught five passes for 87 yards, all in the first half. Brown said it was a relief going against a defence other than the strong Cardinals team he goes against in practice. "The game was kind of easy," he said, "because going against the best every day, it makes it more relaxing out on the field." Palmer, entering his 12th NFL season and second with Arizona, had passes of 25 yards to Brown and 35 yards to Rob Housler, then capped his drive with a 7-yard scoring pass to Larry Fitzgerald. Rookie Chandler Catanzaro, trying to take the kicking job from Jay Feely, had field goals of 32, 28 and 25 yards. Arians said he liked Catanzaros kickoffs and his demeanour. With 1:28 to play, Houston rookie quarterback Tom Savage was tackled by JoJo Dickson for a safety. The Cardinals had a 407-172 advantage in total yards. Palmers backup, Drew Stanton, who hasnt thrown a regular-season pass since 2010, completed 11 of 17 for 152 yards and 5-yard TD pass to Jaron Brown. Case Keenum, 0-8 as a starter for Houston last season, played the third quarter, going 3 of 5 for 23 yards. After Arizona took the opening kickoff, J.J. Watt beat guard Jonathan Cooper and sacked Palmer for a 7-yard loss at the Cardinals 15. But on third-and-16, Palmer found the speedy rookie John Brown on a 25-yard play. Moments later, he threw to Housler, who ran down the sideline on a 35-yard play yards to the 38. Later in the first quarter, Fitzpatricks pass was tipped by linebacker Kevin Minter. It bounced through the arms of linebacker Larry Foote before cornerback Antonio Cromartie, in his first season with Arizona, picked it off. NOTES: Arizona was without wide receiver Michael Floyd (groin) and wide receiver-kick returner Ted Ginn Jr. (knee). Arians said Floyd will be out 6-10 days, Ginn about three days. ... First overall draft pick Jadeveon Clowney had some problems but did beat basketball player-turned-tight end Darren Fells to stop Stepfan Taylor for a 5-yard loss. ... Arizonas Dave Zastudil pinned Houston on its 3-yard line with a 54-yard punt midway through the second quarter. He led the NFL in punts inside the 20 the past two years. ... Feely is to kick next week when Arizona plays at Minnesota. ... Starting linemen Cooper and Larsen played the entire first half for the Cardinals. Ryan Ellis Jersey .7 million, one-year contract, a raise of $2.2 million. Wieters had asked for $8.75 million and the Orioles had offered $6. Craig Smith Jersey . The stress, the waiting, the whispers about whether he doped during his stellar cycling career, all of it ended when - after nearly two years - federal prosecutors closed an investigation of him last week without bringing any charges. http://www.nhlpredatorshockeystore.com/alexei-emelin-jersey/. 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"Its been really tough, a really, really tough road for me this past couple of months. Ive been dealing with a lot of stuff, just with life and family and a lot of issues going on." Sanders, the second-year pro from South Carolina, said he will seek counselling and not rehab. The Jaguars said it was Sanders decision to reveal his issues and not pressure from anyone in the organization. "I would just rather everybody hear that from me first before hearing it from everybody else, so I kind of just get everything out there and ultimately let people know that I am taking full responsibility for all of my actions, everything I did," he said. "I just really wanted to let the fan base know, let my family know, let (owner) Mr. Shad Khan, (general manager) Dave Caldwell, coach Gus (Bradley) and all my teammates know that I am truly sorry for what happened. "But sometimes life hits, and its hard. I made some mistakes that I do regret, that I do honestly regret. I could have handled situations a little differently. Im still just dealing with it, just trying to be a better peerson, a better teammate for everybody around me.dddddddddddd I decided to seek help, get that attention that I need. Hopefully somebody can help me out. I should be OK. I should be fine. Its about getting better and coming back ready to play." Sanders said he wont appeal any suspension handed down by the league. The Jaguars already are down one receiver since Justin Blackmon is suspended indefinitely for repeated violations of the leagues substance-abuse policy. Without Sanders, the Jaguars likely will give rookies Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson a chance to work with the starters. The Jaguars drafted the duo in the second round of Mays NFL draft. The team also has No. 1 receiver Cecil Shorts III, Mike Brown, Tandon Doss, Allen Hurns, Kerry Taylor, Lamaar Thomas, Chad Bumphis and others. Jacksonville placed Sanders on the active/non-football injury/illness list Tuesday. The team also placed cornerback Alan Ball (ankle) and linebacker Dekoda Watson (groin) on the active/physically unable to perform list. Cornerback Aaron Colvin (knee) was placed on the active/non-football injury list. "Ill come back and Ill be ready to play," Sanders said. "I think this time that Im taking just to get everything in order is going to be really helpful. Its just been a situation that kind of been brought out to the light to me for a while, so I had some time to deal with it myself, OK, you messed up. Where do you go from here? Ive had a little more time than everybody else to kind of like deal with it. ... Ill definitely be ready to play when I get back." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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