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first_img“The one thing that the Cardinals have developed through the years is a little more depth,” Jaworski said.With that in mind, they are still huge losses for the Cardinals and nobody can deny the impact of losing those three players.“That’s a loss that you really can’t afford to have,” Jaworski said. Your browser does not support the audio element. Comments   Share   “Carson Palmer is a human being like everybody else,” Jaworski said Friday on Burns & Gambo on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM. “If you haven’t won that playoff game it preys on your mind.”“He’s thinking about finding a way to get that first playoff win so we quit talking about it,” Jaworski said.As for if it will come up during the game, Jaworski thinks it will.“I don’t think it’ll affect him, but I think he’ll be thinking about it,” Jaworski said.The plus for Palmer and the rest of the Arizona Cardinals is that they are coming off of a bye week, something Jaworski sees as a plus for Arizona.“It’s a significant benefit,” Jaworski said.“You’ve got guys that have been playing a number of games that are nicked, they’re banged up and all of a sudden you get that bye week and you just walk away from the facility for a couple days. You don’t have the pressure, you get the opportunity for your body to heal, these injuries to heal.”Some of those players that are banged up include Tyrann Mathieu and Cory Redding, who will both miss Saturday’s game. The team will also be without Alex Okafor, but are better positioned than they were in the past to fill in for those missing players according to Jaworski. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling LISTEN: Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL analyst center_img Carson Palmer was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2003 NFL draft, but he’s only had two chances to win a playoff game and he’s failed both times.Palmer’s first playoff game in 2005 abruptly ended after one pass when he tore his ACL and MCL. In his second playoff game in 2009, Palmer threw more than one pass, but finished 18-for-36 for 146 yards with one touchdown and one interception.Those past failures and the opportunity to overcome the lack of a playoff win could be on his mind as he faces off against the Green Bay Packers Saturday, and ESPN’s Ron Jaworski does believe that to be the case. Top Stories Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) watches from the sidelines during the second half of an NFL football game against the Green Bay Packers, Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img

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