- Josh Weinfuss, ESPN Staff Writer
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“Basically after watching the film, it was a daggone good outing by everyone, especially defensively,” Arians said.
Arians, however, said the Cardinals still had a few mental errors in the red zone that would've allowed them to put even more points on the board.
“Overall, I was very pleased with the performance,” Arians said.
Arians said Bryan McCann did a good job as a gunner.
Justin Bethel “was himself again” after returning from a concussion.
Arians said three or four players were at fault for Jay Feely's blocked field goal.
Arizona came out “very healthy," Arians said. "We have some bumps and bruises, but nobody that will miss any significant time on the practice field.”
The offensive line “chipped and helped” more against the Colts' Robert Mathis than against other teams.
This year's team is starting to remind Arians of last year's Colts squad and past Steelers teams because the offense hangs out with the defense.
Arians isn't looking forward to bundling up for the trip to Philadelphia.