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What they're saying about Bucs-Cardinals

"Just a bad day, all around. Stuff didn't go right. It started off okay, and then it just fell apart. I really don't have any answers. I have to go back and watch film and really see what happened."

— CB Brent Grimes

"He has a real good clock in his head. He definitely knew when to get it off. He's a good quarterback. … We weren't getting stoned at the line, but when we got back there, the ball would be out already."

— DE Noah Spence, on Cardinals QB Carson Palmer

"I blame the whole thing on me because I need to set the tempo. If I don't do better, then the defense isn't going to be right."

— LB Kwon Alexander

"When you play against a high-powered offense like Arizona, you can't give them freebies. We turned the ball over and give them a pick-six. It wasn't good."

— QB Jameis Winston

What they're saying about Bucs-Cardinals 09/18/16 [Last modified: Sunday, September 18, 2016 10:27pm]
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