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FOXSports.com's Peter Schrager talks Cardinals, Texans and more.
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Welcome to week three storyline has brought you mad at Samsung Galaxy -- three then next big thing is here. I'm Kelly Harrington I'm pleased to be joined by foxsports.com and a contributor Peter Schrager. Peter the part coming off a big win over the pats in fox for a they are ready made a pretty get Seahawks -- secondly they aren't legit NFC title contender or did they need to win. Over the eagle on -- -- first. You know let's let's go back and look at. What the Cardinals are really doing energy and haven't start the season three you know since 197497. Before they were still in Saint Louis. In Deere turf was a three year veteran on that offensive line. And the cornerback. Jim Hart. In 1970 for a long time ago and are looking to go three up for the first time since then. I just don't see them beating this Eagles team and the reason I say that. Because of the offense they got my last week -- of the defense that looks fantastic. They won the first week against the Seahawks but it Braylon Edwards catches an easy pass millions on they don't -- -- game. With that I love with the Cardinals are doing I love that young defense you know I've been high on them since last season they won eight of ten games. I just don't see them beating the Eagles -- became the first team in NFL history. Two in their first two games by one point I think they get the job done and again in the desert down in Arizona this week I'm taken Eagles. Well nobody expected the Cardinals looked so good early even -- thought that would be knowing. -- off the field distractions for New Orleans leading into the season but if they can't be achieved this week at this season -- You know it's rare that I'll come and others say I was wrong but I was wrong about the Saints I thought this team would move on smoothly. I thought once they signed Drew Brees -- that big deal he'd be happy medium of throw them on his back. They win games so far they have not done that they're going to. And I look at that defense Steve Spagnuolo comes in here I thought to be. Find out in the derby drop off since Greg Williams was gone. But there has been they've given up now 75 points in their first two games and have a look at them on the job done at all and they needed. To step up on the but I look at the 2007. Giants and I say there may be a ray of hope for this -- seen. Why the 2007 Giants Steve Spagnuolo as a defensive coordinator of that team they gave up. Eighty points in their first two games of the season losses to both the Cowboys and the Packers. They came back they turned it around to beat the Redskins in week three. Went out to a Super Bowl -- undefeated Patriots that you're down in Glendale. I think the Saints have the talent on that roster the offense obviously is gonna fly. I think the I think the figure out fortunately for them they play the Chiefs are one of the only teams really who have been less impressive than Saints their two weeks of the season. Up Peyton Manning and the Broncos will battle -- Texans in week three. And despite the new team for Peyton that Texans Dalembert up front is AFC south day. They do know him very well until they haven't had success with him. When they don't travel play against them so that Texans were -- win nine against Peyton Manning in games played Indianapolis when he was on the Colts. I think they figure him out now I think they go to mile high and they show that they're one of the perennial powers in this league and I think they'd be the Broncos up in Denver. The Texans defense has given up to seventeen points on the year thus far and granted I haven't played against Joseph Montana. But Phil Simms or Ron Amadon it's been Ryan and -- and Blaine Gabbert but I think they get the job done against the Broncos. Look at what JJ watts doing up front look at what you've got and the cornerback and defensive backfield starting with Johnathan Joseph. And then look at those linebackers Brian Cushing is doing the job Brooks Reed -- borrow it. They are loaded I think the Texans get the job done to improve to three -- -- this weekend. A player to watch this week you nailed it last week but how -- off -- like that. Kyle Rudolph scored a big touchdown in the game though wasn't a loss for the Vikings this week's under the radar -- trained in holiday. Five foot five he's the smallest player in the NFL. He's the punt and kick returner for the Texans I think he makes an impact against the Broncos this week hasn't done much this year have been anything really. I look for him to make a big game breaking play holiday was the 100 meters NCAA champion a few years back for LSU dynamic players there. He is now the Texans go to guy and all sorts of returns but for him to break one. Into the game winner against the Broncos this weekend. While that'll do it for the week brief storyline brought about at Samsung Galaxy at three the next big thing it's year. Repeat I'm now the next night.