Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Can’t stop watching this @RealPeterson21 pick… #BeRedSeeRed #AZvsBUF pic.twitter.com/TpUwiEKtpP— NFL (@NFL) September 25, 2016They needed that.The Arizona Cardinals fell behind the Buffalo Bills 10-0 through the first quarter in their Week 3 showdown thanks to a sluggish start. At that point, Patrick Peterson made one of the few Cardinals highlights in what became a surprising 33-18 loss.An aggressive Bills team led by just-promoted offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn dialed up a Tyrod Taylor deep ball early in the second quarter, but Peterson was on top of it. He was playing behind the receiver and made a diving, one-handed interception of the ball down the sideline before falling out of bounds inside the Arizona 10-yard line. #Buffalo #Bills receiver Robert Woods pulls in a huge catch against Arizona #Cardinals corner Patrick Peterson. pic.twitter.com/4cyFeXfcp7— James P McCoy (@jmccoyphoto) September 25, 2016The Cardinals didn’t challenge the Woods catch, and a play later the Bills’ LeSean McCoy rushed for a 24-yard touchdown to put his team ahead 10-0.Here’s another look at Peterson’s incredible interception.The Cardinals should probably plug in Patrick Peterson at WR to jumpstart their offense. Pick of the year so far? pic.twitter.com/rhgT8eSmDT— Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) September 25, 2016 The play somewhat made up for a Buffalo catch by receiver Robert Woods, who earlier in the game outran Peterson and made what was ruled a diving 24-yard catch that appeared to be incomplete. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson (21) points to the stands after intercepting a pass agains the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) 0 Comments Share Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
AN APT FAVOURITE: Rockies Odyssey & Alaska CruiseReturn from Vancouver, the Rockies Odyssey & Alaska Cruise holiday covers all those quintessential Canadian icons: a rail journey between the massive peaks of the Canadian Rockies, two nights at the ‘Jewel of the Rockies’ and a cruise through the Inside Passage featuring Glacier Bay. GoldLeaf Service on the Rocky Mountaineer and a guaranteed Lakeview Room at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise are just a few other ways that APT proves it understands what it means to indulge.Travel east on the Rocky Mountaineer in GoldLeaf Service, taking in panoramic views of the Coast Mountains, Hell’s Gate and the Spiral Tunnels from your bi-level glass-dome carriage. Enjoy the freedom to choose how you spend your holiday in Banff, Jasper and Whistler with Freedom of Choice sightseeing and dining inclusions.On the Rockies Odyssey & Alaska Cruise journey, visit The Butchart Gardens before hours and dine in the original Butchart residence; head to the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park for breakfast before the crowds arrive; and discover the natural history of Lake Louise with an expert Mountain Heritage Guide, among other APT Signature Experiences.Go back to the enewsletter Go back to the enewsletterClick the cover to view the e-brochureAPT has launched its 2020 Canada & Alaska featuring USA Pre-Release brochure.To celebrate the launch, APT have put together some savings. Book by 23 May 2019 and take advantage of Superdeals like Companion Fly Free including taxes. This deal is available on selected itineraries across many of APT’s 2020 departures. There’s also a Bonus Early Bird Payment Discount of $600 per couple.Other Superdeals include Fly Premium Economy from $2,595 and Fly Business Class from $5,995.All taken care of and all-inspiring, APT’s most popular itineraries are back for 2020. These holidays include explorations of both the east and west sides of Canada, a cruise through Alaska’s Inside Passage and those must-see cities of the USA.