In the wake of this season's Panthers from wangyue's blog

There's shake-up in the power ranking elite this week Madden 23 coins , following the Bengals suffered a primetime loss to the Texans at home. Cincinnati has fallen out of the second place due to an ineffective offensive performance , while the Patriots, Panthers, Cardinals and Vikings all dealt with things.


New England narrowly defeated the Giants in New York with the help of a Stephen Gostkowski 52-yard field goal when the clock was running out. Danny Amendola stepped in for an injured Julian Edelman, Rob Gronkowski continued to do Rob Gronkowski things and Tom Brady had a chance of luck when Landon Collins dropped what would've been a game-changing interception on the crucial drive. Meanwhile, the Panthers beat the Titans due to a dominant Cam Newton performance (and endzone celebration) as they remained unbeaten throughout the season.


Arizona was a rout over Seattle in the first half before the Seahawks came back with a huge turnaround, taking the lead during the fourth quarter, thanks to the score of a fumble recovery by Bobby Wagner. Carson Palmer and the Cardinals weathered that storm, then marched back downfield on the next drive. They hit Jermaine Gresham for a 14-yard touchdown to bring the game back to life with just 8 minutes remaining. This time , the team would not surrender the lead.


In the wake of this season's Panthers, Arizona looks like the NFL's top rival of The Super Bowl right now. The Cardinals are able to score points in bunches. They can play defense. They're a team of complete players and are always agressive. The Vikings are close behind with their swagger, but after blowing away them by a score of 3-0 over the Raiders this week cheap mut 23 coins 

. And With Adrian Peterson looking like he's still in his prime, they've got an identity to win with.


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