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Insider's Perspective: Cardinals vs. Rams

The Arizona Cardinals hung on to a first half lead that Kurt Warner created before he exited the game due to a blow to the head on Sunday against the St. Louis Rams. With Matt Leinart taking over, the win wasn't exactly what you would call pretty, but the "W" is still accounted for. Here is what what worked, what didn't and what's next for the division-leading Cardinals.

WHAT WORKED --The Arizona Cardinals found a stellar balance between the run and the pass. Tim Hightower and Beanie Wells both executed on the ground and showed fans what this tandem can accomplish. The Cardinals No. 1 back, Hightower, took care of 14 carries, which was good for 110 yards. His per carry average on Sunday (7.9) was bolstered courtesy of a 50-yard run. Beanie Wells(Getty...

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