The Arizona Cardinals will be playing against the New York Giants on Sunday, September 14, in Week 2 of 2014 NFL match. The Cards will visit the Giants at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Fans can watch the match online through live stream below (free with subscription), and the game will be aired on FOX Television Network.
Coach Bruce Arians said the injury is a "nerve thing," which limited the Palmer in his activities during practice with a sore shoulder, but is confident his quarterback will be good to play by Sunday.
If Palmer sits out, Drew Stanton will start, a situation that the team is looking to avoid as Stanton hasn't thrown a pass in a regular season game since December 2010.
Running back Andre Ellington is also listed a questionable with a sore foot. He believes that he will be ready by game time, according to the Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com. "The adrenaline will be flowing. I'll be good to go."
The Giants' offense appears to show no progress from last season, as they suffered a blowout loss to Detroit Lions on Monday night.
Quarterback Eli Manning and the Giants were utterly disconnected using the new hand-signal heavy offense installed by Ben McAdoo. They were no match against the Lions' offense led by quarterback Matthew Stafford.
If Palmer and Ellington can play, the Cardinals are bound to dominate, but if both players sit out the Giants may have a chance of recovering before finding themselves in a hole where they can't get out of.
To listen to the game on radio, the Cardinals' radio station networks can be found here, and those wanting to listen online can click here. The Giants' broadcast can be listened on WFAN 660 AM & 101.9 FM and on the affiliate radio network stations.
The game will begin airing at 10 a.m. PT on FOX Television Network.