James Bettcher is off to a good start as the Arizona Cardinals' new dog jerseys nfl defensive coordinator. Except when it comes to defending those screen passes and other short tosses to the running back, that is.

So the Cardinals know they will see more of those plays when they are in Chicago on nfl womens jerseys Sunday, particularly considering the Bears have Matt Forte, one of the most adept receivers on screen plays in the NFL.

''Anytime you show something on film you are going to get it for at least a month because it's a copycat league,'' Arizona coach Bruce Arians said. ''Until nfl jerseys wholesale free shipping you put the fire out, that's all you're going to see. We have to do a better job of securing that area this week and putting out the fire.''

Bettcher called the breakdowns in Arizona's 31-19 victory over New Orleans ''very correctable plays.''

''Keeping leverage on cheap nfl hats the ball, understanding where your help is, understanding where your eyes have got to be,'' he said, ''those are some of the core things that showed up coming out of that game for us.''

Bettcher said that cheap nfl gear sale in practice this week ''guys were very, very aware'' of what needed to be corrected.

While the Cardinals effectively shut down the Saints' running game - 54 yards on 20 carries - running mens nfl jerseys back Mark Ingram caught eight passes for 98 yards, and backup Khiry Robinson caught five for 51 yards. Ingram gained 59 yards on one play.

''Everything that they got, we gave them, as far as miscues and certain things,'' inside linebacker Kevin Minter said. ''It's just some guys playing different positions, starting for the first time, stuff like that. You get aggressive and sometimes it comes back to bite you.''