There was more than a little disbelief when the Ar

first_imgThere was more than a little disbelief when the Arizona Cardinals went to Gillette Stadium and beat the New England Patriots 20-18 last Sunday.The Pats were a 13.5-point favorite, and had won ten straight home openers, so something extraordinary had to have taken place for the Cardinals to win, right?Arizona defensive coordinator Ray Horton shared what he thought was a big difference in the game during Doug and Wolf’s show on Arizona Sports 620 Tuesday. 0 Comments   Share   – / 18 “We knew that whenever [Aaron] Hernandez was in tight, it was going to be a run, so we had a run check. But when he got hurt, it screwed that up because they went to three wide receivers. What they did, and we figured out real quick was, whenever Tom Brady was under the center, they were going to run the ball and whenever he was in the shotgun, they were going to pass the ball,” Horton said. “We told our players ‘hey, make the run check if Tom Brady’s under the center. If he’s in the gun, go to the pass check.’ D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Top Stories last_img

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