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NFC West Standings

Team Div Overall
4-0-0 9-2-0
1-2-0 7-4-0
1-3-0 6-5-0
1-2-0 3-8-0

2021 Passing

Pass Completions
Pass Attempts
Completion Percentage
Passing Yards
Passing Yards per Game
Touchdown Passes
Interceptions Thrown
Passer Rating
Regular Season 68 90 75.6 684 114.0 3 1 103.2

Top Colt McCoy News

  • Cardinals' Colt McCoy: Strong in road start

    McCoy completed 35 of 44 pass attempts for 328 yards and two touchdowns against Seattle on Sunday.

    With Kyler Murray (ankle) out again, McCoy was asked to step in as starter for the divisional road matchup -- the second divisional road matchup of McCoy's three-game stint as starter. That's normally a lot to put on a backup, but McCoy did a good job and kept the Arizona offense steady throughout the decisive victory, just as he did against the 49ers in Week 9. The Cardinals get a bye in Week 12 before facing Chicago the following week, and by then Murray should be able to step back into the starting lineup.

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  • Cardinals' Colt McCoy: Active and starting Sunday

    McCoy (pectoral) is active for Sunday's contest in Seattle, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

    With Kyler Murray still nursing an ankle sprain, the Cardinals will roll with the healthiest of their top two quarterbacks Week 11. McCoy was able to practice Wednesday through Friday and even capped the week with a full practice, so he should be able to gut out his own pectoral strain. However, he won't have DeAndre Hopkins (inactive/hamstring) or Chase Edmonds (IR/ankle) at his disposal, leaving A.J. Green, Christian Kirk, Rondale Moore, Zach Ertz and James Conner as the top skill-position players available to the offense.

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  • Cardinals' Colt McCoy: Likely to start again

    McCoy (pectoral) is likely to make his third straight start under center in place of Kyler Murray (ankle) Sunday against Seattle, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Both quarterbacks officially carry the questionable tag, but McCoy appears to be in a better place health-wise than Murray is with his high-ankle sprain. McCoy left last week's loss to the Panthers with a pectoral strain and didn't return. He was then limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday, but he upgraded to full activity Friday, while Murray remained a limited participant for the second day in a row. The Cardinals likely won't officially announce McCoy as their Week 11 starter until after the team releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to the 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff, but expect him to direct the offense while Chris Streveler serves as his backup.

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  • Cardinals' Colt McCoy: Gets questionable tag for Week 11

    McCoy (pectoral) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.

    According to Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site, McCoy upgraded to full participation in practice Friday after limited showings Wednesday and Thursday, so the veteran signal-caller will more than likely be ready to go come Sunday. The bigger question is whether he'll pick up a third consecutive start, or if he'll revert to his customary backup role in the event Kyler Murray (ankle) returns from a two-game absence. After closing the week with a pair of limited practices, Murray is being viewed as a game-time decision, so clarity on McCoy's Week 11 role may not come until Arizona unveils its inactive list 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff. In his previous two turns as starter, McCoy completed 33 of 46 throws (71.7 percent) for 356 yards (7.7 YPA) and a 1:1 TD:INT.

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  • Cardinals' Colt McCoy: Logs another limited practice

    McCoy (pectoral) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday.

    Both of the Cardinals' top two quarterbacks are dealing with injuries, with regular starter Kyler Murray also limited due to an ankle sprain. Murray has missed two games in a row due to the injury, and McCoy, who has earned starts on both occasions, was knocked out of this past Sunday's loss to the Panthers with a strained pectoral. If healthy enough to play Sunday in Seattle, Murray will direct the offense, but McCoy and Chris Streveler are the options to cover for him if he needs more time to heal.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 212 lbs
Birthplace: Hobbs, NM
Age: 35
School: Texas
Experience: 12