Cardinals’ Carson Palmer, Broncos struggling, Titans win headline ESPN

Cardinals’ Ben Roethlisberger is the only quarterback in the NFL with multiple 100-yard passing games this season, and he’s not the only one.

It’s a feat that doesn’t happen very often.

But the Arizona Cardinals have been lucky to be able to get him to do so this season.

The Titans’ defense was allowing just a league-low 20.3 points per game, which was third-worst in the league.

That was tied for fourth-worst, but that was mostly thanks to a Titans defense that had given up 16.5 points per contest, the most in the entire NFL.

The Cardinals offense has scored 20.5 or more points in each of the past five games.

And when they’ve scored 20 or more in the past four games, it’s been on the road.

Arizona’s defense has been more effective on third downs, where the Titans’ offense is able to move the ball at a more efficient rate.

The Arizona defense has allowed just 3.5 yards per rush attempt, the fewest in the game.

The Tennessee offense has struggled on third down, giving up 2.7 yards per run attempt.

That’s second-lowest in all of the NFL.

So, the Cardinals defense has given up the third-fewest yards per rushing attempt in the League.

The only other team with a lower mark was the Oakland Raiders, which had allowed 2.3 yards per carry.

The offense has been far from its best.

The team has averaged just 3,086 yards per game.

But if you’re looking at the Cardinals’ defense, it looks like they’re doing a good job.

Carson Palmer is the MVP of the AFC West, and it’s not just because of the team’s playoff berth.

Palmer is also doing it because of his own play.

Palmer was one of the best quarterbacks in the AFC.

He had thrown for 4,721 yards and 31 touchdowns with 19 interceptions this season and finished second in the MVP voting.

He’s the MVP for the AFC South.

He has been.

The best quarterbacks of all time, including Drew Brees, Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers, are not the MVP candidates.

Palmer has had the most interceptions, but he’s also the best quarterback of his era, too.

The last quarterback to win the MVP Award is Joe Montana in 1989.

Palmer won the MVP with a season that was just a tad more difficult than the Cardinals are having right now.

Palmer’s career passer rating is 97.4, which is just below the quarterback’s career mark of 95.0.

That doesn’t sound like a lot of improvement, but it’s better than he had at any point in his career.

He was also one of two quarterbacks in NFL history to throw for 3,000 yards and 30 touchdowns.

Palmer had three of those seasons, including last year, when he had 1,936 yards and 27 touchdowns with a passer rating of 99.8.

Palmer also had five 300-yard rushing games this year, and that included the playoffs.

That puts him among the most dominant quarterbacks in history.

Palmer can’t be blamed for this.

He is the best in the history of the game, and the best of his generation.

And that’s just fine with him.

He deserves to be MVP.

Carson Wentz is a Heisman Trophy candidate, but this year’s MVP isn’t quite ready for prime time.

He hasn’t had the best year of his career yet.

But he’s the guy.

Carson has the ability to be the MVP, but if he keeps up this trend, he will be the next to get the attention.

Carson’s career completion percentage of 60.8 is the highest of his NFL career.

But his completion percentage on third-down conversions is the lowest of his entire career, at 51.4 percent.

That is the second-highest of his three-year career.

Wentz has been one of just two quarterbacks to average fewer than 50 percent on third Down conversion attempts, but the other one is Drew Brees.

Brees has been the quarterback most known for being an easy-to-throw passer.

But that has come at the cost of his efficiency.

He averages just 4.5 interceptions per game this season despite having the third lowest completion percentage in the whole league.

He also has been a huge beneficiary of his playmaking ability.

Wentzan has a career completion rate of 66.7, which ranks second among quarterbacks in all NFL history behind only Peyton Manning.

Wentzes yards per attempt is the fourth highest of any quarterback this year.

He ranked second in that category in 2015.

He ranks fifth this year and fifth in 2015, too, but in 2016 he had the lowest yards per attempts of any QB this year with just 2.6 yards.

Wentza has been an amazing playmaker, but his offense hasn’t been quite the dominant force he was before.

He still leads the league in touchdown passes, but there are plenty of other quarterbacks with better numbers.

His completion percentage